Twitter is listening to its users involving unwanted followers.
The social media giant is restoring a feature allowing users to block unwanted followers.
It had changed the feature to one that simply hides tweets from users who are blocked which was basically a Twitter version of a mute button.
Critics said that feature did not stop users from being harassed; it just blinded victims to the fact that they were being targeted.
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