The hacker typener who posted videos of himself beating up and raping women and a former CEO of the gaming company Mojang has released an open-source tool for anyone to hack into Twitter.
In a blog post published Friday, Eric R. Brown, a 29-year-old who goes by the handle @ericbrown, said the tool is a tool to help people take down Twitter for good.
The tool is named after the late Eric B. Brown who helped pioneer the social networking site, according to a description posted on Twitter.
The tool is designed to give users a free, easy way to see the number of new users who joined the service in the last 24 hours and to see how many of them are new to Twitter, the company said.
Brown’s blog post did not say how to use the tool, or what it would do if users wanted to delete it.
The tool lets users find out the number and type of new accounts, and how many users have signed up in the past 24 hours.
It also helps users figure out who is using the service to spread hate and hate speech, and who is actually participating in the conversation, Brown said.
The number of followers of the accounts is displayed in green and the number on the right shows the percentage of new followers.
The green number represents the number people have in their mentions of the account.
Twitter has said that it is working with law enforcement to find and prosecute hate speech and that it has banned the accounts that incite violence.
Twitter has also said that there will be consequences for anyone who posts or shares content that is “inciting violence, including physical or sexual violence.”
The company said it had no plans to shut down the tool.
“The goal of @ericbbrown is to empower everyone to be able to make a difference,” said the company in a statement.
“He is focused on empowering and protecting people from the abuse and abuse of online hate.
If Twitter were to shut off @ericbrrowns tools, people who use the tools would be able use them in ways they would not have previously, such as making their own accounts public.”