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Twitter Safety Feb 11
Replying to @uscensusbureau
Estamos comprometidos a mantener la salud de la conversación sobre el en Twitter. Por eso estamos lanzando un mensaje de resultado de búsqueda, en inglés y español, para señalar la fuente más confiable de información de este proceso vital y participativo.
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Twitter Safety Feb 11
We’re committed to keeping the conversation on Twitter healthy around the . That’s why we launched a search prompt to point people to the authoritative source of information on this vital, participatory process.
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Twitter Safety Feb 11
Replying to @TwitterSafety
Throughout 2020, we will continue supporting our safety partners and working openly with you to make Twitter a safer place for conversations. For more safety tips 👇
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Twitter Safety Feb 11
Replying to @TwitterSafety
We know that it’s critical to work with both you and our partners in shaping new policies. We recently used your feedback to develop a rule on synthetic and manipulated media. Starting March 5, we will label Tweets with deceptively altered media to provide context.
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Twitter Safety Feb 11
Replying to @TwitterSafety
We use technology to detect Tweets that may break our rules, so we can review them faster and you won’t have to report them. But if you see something before we do, please report it.
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Twitter Safety Feb 11
Replying to @TwitterSafety
Choose who views your Tweets. Block an account so they can’t see your Tweets or DM you.
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Twitter Safety Feb 11
Replying to @TwitterSafety
To support , here are a few ways to control your own experience on Twitter. For words or topics you don’t want to see, go to Settings and mute them.
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Twitter Safety Feb 11
Replying to @TwitterSafety
This month, we're leading education workshops for youth and families, amplifying our partners' campaigns, and working with safety industry leaders around the world. Learn more about the organizations we’re working with in our blog
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Twitter Safety Feb 11
Today we’re recognizing and encouraging conversations around a healthy, safe, and open internet.
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Twitter Safety Feb 4
Replying to @TwitterSafety
For more information:
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Twitter Safety Feb 4
Replying to @TwitterSafety
A critical part of this change was developing this with input from the public, civil society groups, and academic experts. We received 6,500+ responses on our approach, and will continue to make changes like this openly and in consultation with people around the world.
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Twitter Safety Feb 4
Replying to @TwitterSafety
Our new rule: You may not deceptively share synthetic or manipulated media that are likely to cause harm. In addition, we may label Tweets containing synthetic and manipulated media to help people understand their authenticity and to provide context.
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Twitter Safety Feb 4
We know that some Tweets include manipulated photos or videos that can cause people harm. Today we’re introducing a new rule and a label that will address this and give people more context around these Tweets
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Twitter Safety Jan 29
Replying to @TwitterSafety
This tool has been an important aspect of our efforts to protect the health of the Twitter conversation for elections around the globe, including in India, the UK, and across the EU.
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Twitter Safety Jan 29
We’re turning on a tool for key moments of the 2020 US election that enables people to report misleading information about how to participate in an election or other civic event.
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Twitter Public Policy Jan 29
We want to help you access credible information, especially when it comes to public health. We’ve adjusted our search prompt in key countries across the globe to feature authoritative health sources when you search for terms related to novel .
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Twitter Safety Dec 20
Where we identify and remove state-backed information operations on our service, we disclose them publicly in the interest of transparency. Today we’re updating our archive with new activity we’ve removed originating within Saudi Arabia. Read more here:
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Twitter Safety Dec 19
Replying to @TwitterSafety
Our initial review shows that people want to know if they’re viewing manipulated content and they support Twitter labeling it. In the coming months, we’ll finish reviewing responses and finalizing the policy before we make another announcement 30 days before it goes into effect.
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Twitter Safety Dec 19
Thank you so much for your feedback about synthetic and manipulated media. We received more than 6,500 responses during the open comment period, which will help shape our new policy.
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Twitter Safety Dec 13
We’re strengthening our Twitter Trust and Safety Council by restructuring it into groups. Each group will focus on a critical safety issue that contributes to real-world harm so that we can have deeper discussions. Read more:
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