The idea of leaving Twitter may not be as popular as #DeleteFacebook, but still, some people want to leave the microblogging service for good. In addition to any other reasons users might have, Twitter has recently been accused of being indifferent to accounts spreading fake news and propaganda, as well as not doing enough to prevent cryptoscams.
Leaving any service by just abandoning your account is a bad idea — if somebody hacks it and takes control of it, they can start spreading scams and fake news in your name, as well as write nasty things to your friends. That’s why if you really want to leave a service, the best way to do so is to delete your account completely.
In this post we’ll cover how exactly to dump Twitter, but before we get to that part, let’s discuss backing up your information. Perhaps you want to leave the service but keep the memories. Twitter allows you to do that, at least in part. Unfortunately, there is no option to back up tweets you liked from other users, or the list of people you followed, or any other lists you have created — nothing but your own tweets and retweets.
Source : kaspersky