Will Twitter Spam Ever Die?
Is Twitter spam ever going to lessen? At this point, the likelihood of that is very low. Because the web has expanded and the ability for spammers to use the web for their illegal means has expanded with them, Twitter spam is here to stay. That means that receiving a lose weight fast e-mail from a friend of yours on Twitter is going to be something that occurs on an almost daily basis from now on. I know that Twitter will always have intentions to fight this stuff, but the likelihood of it happening effectively is going to be very slim.
The Size Of Twitter Remains Massive
the size of twitter is way too massive for them to truly be able to capture all fake accounts and spam attempts. Plus, there is the fact that freedom of speech is always going to be something that Twitter followers want. But when your freedom of speech involve sending people to spyware sites that infiltrate your computer and collect information about you in order to target ads, suddenly there is no freedom at all.
It is hilarious because twitter spam is something that you can never be protected from no matter what your computers platform is. Although viruses have typically attack PCs, there is no particular platform that spam can’t target; whether you are talking about Apple computers, android telephone, or anything else that can receive a 144 Character message, it can be spammed.
I keep on reading about people claiming that their firewall software can stop twitter spam. Well, unfortunately if you enable yourself to go on twitter, you are going to experience twitter spam. There is just no way out of it. You Making ugly to you, but you should really just wake up to the reality that is 2012. If you think you can just click on people links and never have any kind of malware attacks, you are a fool.
But is Twitter really absent from the spam discussion? It is clear that they have made some inroads into stopping fake accounts that enable spyware companies to steal your information and otherwise harm your computer and you. As to how effective those moves against automation of spam are going to work is unclear to everyone except for those operating twitter itself. Obviously, twitter spam means very little to them on an economic basis because of the fact that their users will continue you decide whether spam is there or not. I think there is one place in which it does affect them is that their servers you frequently get attacked and that costs money.
As this site begins to grow, I expect that there will be a lot of ideas as far as how to stop twitter spam and to keep it in check. I welcome your opinions as always.