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Controlling gambling related content you see on Twitter

Twitter’s aim is to ‘serve the public conversation’ – applying to every part of Twitter’s service, including advertising and promotional products.

With that in mind, on Twitter there are measures you can put in place to limit your exposure to gambling advertisements or gambling related content.

By following our tips in this guide, you can control your Twitter experience by choosing what you can see and who you interact with.

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Unfollow accounts that feature gambling related content
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