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How to Delete Twitter (and Your Terrible Tweets)

Whether you want to delete one tweet, a bunch of tweets, or permanently delete your Twitter account in the wake of the Elon Musk acquisition, here’s how to say farewell.

By Lance Whitney & Chloe Albanesius

Twitter can be a snark-den populated by trolls, spambots, and scammers. And it’s going private under its new owner: Elon Musk. How that shakes out…

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