In a bid to save her account from being hacked by the US, Twitter has released a software update that lets users delete tweets that contain malware or other malicious content.
The update has been rolled out in the UK and the US in an attempt to help protect users from malware and malware-related abuse.
Users are advised to delete messages that contain “spam” or “junk” and to delete any messages with attachments that are “not from the sender”.
Twitter also recommends that users remove their Twitter account after “at least 24 hours”.
Users should also “check for messages from spam and other inappropriate content”, it said.
The company’s policy states that users are “allowed up to 10 minutes” to check for and delete their account.
The Twitter update is the latest in a series of updates aimed at improving the safety of its users.
Last week, the company announced that it had installed “robots that detect malware”, adding “we are working on additional security features”.
“These improvements help prevent a more malicious user from gaining access to your account,” the company said in a blog post.
Twitter also released a tool earlier this month that can help people find the address of a malicious account.