Someone not following you back isn't, strictly speaking, dodgy.

However, you asked, so (after three years of debating it with myself) I've delivered. It was only a couple of hours work, but I really don't want to do anything that will make Twitter a worse place for us all. Hence mulling it for so long. Frankly, even now I'm still a little undecided.

Accounts will only appear in this category if they don't already appear in one of the other categories.

The category is ordered by time. Those you followed first appear first, with the most recent follows at the end. Unfortunately, we can't get the exact follow dates, since Twitter doesn't provide this information.

The usual caveats apply. Someone who's not following you back won't appear on your report if:

  1. You have them on one of your lists
  2. You have talked to them (or they to you) recently
  3. (more on this later) you have them whitelisted

And, as usual, if you don't agree with the category, or you think it's all a load of baloney, please feel free to ignore it completely.