Twitter is showing some users tweets from people they don’t follow (Updated)

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UPDATE: Jan. 11, 2017, 3:34 p.m. EST According to the Twitter, a bug caused the “Liked by ___ and # others” label to not display along with the tweets. The bug has been fixed and tweets in your timeline from people you don’t follow, but who are within your broader network (as designated under the “You might like” header), should properly show the label again.

The original story follows below.

Seeing tweets in your Twitter timeline from people you don’t follow? Stay calm, you’re not going crazy.

Some Twitter users started reporting on Wednesday that their timelines are displaying tweets from people they aren’t following. Read more…

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