A guide to working with the Batch Compliance endpoints in the Twitter API v2

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    Twitter for Python!

    The batch compliance endpoints allow Twitter developers to to upload large datasets of Tweet or User IDs to get their compliance status in order to determine what data requires action in order to keep their datasets in compliance with Twitter's developer policy. In this guide, I will show you how to use these batch compliance endpoints in Python using the Tweepy library.

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    I hope this guide is helpful in understanding how you can work with the batch compliance endpoints in the Twitter API v2. If you have any questions, feel free to reach to me on Twitter @suhemparack

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