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Twitter Safety Nov 25
Replying to @TwitterSafety
We are appreciative of our partnerships with nonprofit groups around the world that help to ensure we are sharing the latest and most helpful resources in our prompts.
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Twitter Safety Nov 25
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prompts connect people on Twitter to helpful info when searching certain terms related to domestic and gender-based violence. This month, we’ve expanded the feature to five additional countries, making them available in a total of 24 markets and 17 languages.
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Twitter Safety Nov 25
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Data has shown an increase in cases of violence against women amid COVID-19. To ensure that people on Twitter can access helpful resources in times of need, we have continued to expand our prompts.
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Twitter Safety Nov 25
On International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and every day, we all have a role to play in championing gender equality and spreading awareness on domestic and gender-based violence and other issues disproportionately impacting women.
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Twitter Safety Nov 3
We placed a warning on a Tweet from for making a potentially misleading claim about an election. This action is in line with our Civic Integrity Policy. More here:
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Twitter Safety Oct 30
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This means that because a specific enforcement led us to update the Hacked Materials Policy, we will no longer restrict their account under the terms of the previous policy and they can now Tweet again.
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Twitter Safety Oct 30
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In response, we’re updating our practice of not retroactively overturning prior enforcement. Decisions made under policies that are subsequently changed & published can now be appealed if the account at issue is a driver of that change. We believe this is fair and appropriate.
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Twitter Safety Oct 30
Our policies are living documents. We're willing to update and adjust them when we encounter new scenarios or receive important feedback from the public. One such example is the recent change to our Hacked Materials Policy and its impact on accounts like the New York Post.
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Twitter Safety Oct 15
Latest updates on our approach to hacked materials
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Twitter Safety Oct 14
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We recognize that Twitter is just one of many places where people can find information online, and the Twitter Rules are intended to protect the conversation on our service, and to add context to people’s experience where we can.
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Twitter Safety Oct 14
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We know we have more work to do to provide clarity in our product when we enforce our rules in this manner. We should provide additional clarity and context when preventing the Tweeting or DMing of URLs that violate our policies.
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Twitter Safety Oct 14
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The policy, established in 2018, prohibits the use of our service to distribute content obtained without authorization. We don’t want to incentivize hacking by allowing Twitter to be used as distribution for possibly illegally obtained materials.
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Twitter Safety Oct 14
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Commentary on or discussion about hacked materials, such as articles that cover them but do not include or link to the materials themselves, aren’t a violation of this policy. Our policy only covers links to or images of hacked material themselves.
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Twitter Safety Oct 14
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As noted this morning, we also currently view materials included in the articles as violations of our Hacked Materials Policy.
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Twitter Safety Oct 14
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The images contained in the articles include personal and private information — like email addresses and phone numbers — which violate our rules.
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Twitter Safety Oct 14
We want to provide much needed clarity around the actions we’ve taken with respect to two NY Post articles that were first Tweeted this morning.
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Twitter Safety Oct 9
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We use technology to detect Tweets that may break our rules. More than 1 in 2 Tweets we take action on for abuse are now proactively surfaced using technology, rather than relying on reports to Twitter. But if you see something before we do, please report it.
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Twitter Safety Oct 9
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Getting notifications you don’t want to see? Filter them.
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Twitter Safety Oct 9
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To mute conversation notifications:
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Twitter Safety Oct 9
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Don’t want to see someone’s Tweets, but don’t want them to know? Mute them.
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