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Meet the tweet-deleters: people who are making their Twitter histories self-destruct

Like most media workers, Matthew Lazin-Ryder, a Vancouver-based producer with CBC Radio, spends a fair amount of time on Twitter. When he tweets, his messages are seen by some percentage of his 3,470 followers. They retweet, favorite, write pithy replies. And then, a week later, his tweets disappear.

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Stringerbell2160d ago (Edited 2160d ago )

Twitter hitmen. I'm sure there are plenty of people out there who have either had a meltdown, or said things that they regretted on twitter.

Speed-Racer2160d ago

I think it's a good strategy. I don't use Twitter anymore but back when I did, if I saw someone with 80k tweets, that was enough of a reason not to follow them in fear of my TL being spammed out only to realize those are conversation tweets.

KnowTechie2159d ago

I'm a pretty hardcore Twitter user so I can see myself using something like this