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Ever unfollowed an over-tweeting co-worker/friend/family member/politician, only to have them call you on it because they track that sort of thing? If the answer is yes, now is the time to do it again.

A spokesman for Twitter has admitted to the Telegraph that the service does indeed have a problem that causes users to sometimes “unfollow” other users without explicit permission or even their knowledge.

This time when you’re asked why you unfollowed them, admit that you had no knowledge of it and then send them this article.