Twitter is taking steps to help combat the growing problem of spam in the social network, according to a blog post published today by the company.
The company said it is testing new ways to identify and remove spam on Twitter, including using a new automated process called the automated content blacklist.
It said it has not yet been able to fully evaluate the results.
Twitter is not alone in the struggle to contain spam on the social platform.
In the past year, other social networks including Facebook and Instagram have also been testing ways to block spam.
But Twitter is one of the few major tech companies that has embraced automated content removal.