For Twitter users who were at the receiving end of the age restriction-based ban by the company, here's some good news.
Twitter will be restoring accounts which were locked because of the new EU privacy rules and the company's own rules for users under 13 years of age, Cnet reported.
Due to the new rules, Twitter ended up locking out those accounts which were identified as under-13 at the time of creation. However, those users are now old enough to use the platform.
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