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Yoel Roth
Head of Site Integrity at . PhD from . 's human.
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Yoel Roth 16h
One of these recommendations is not like the others.
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Yoel Roth Jul 5
Replying to @NitzanRoth
Or better yet: “A Caribbean island experiences intermittent electrical outages, which are ultimately resolved.”
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Yoel Roth Jul 5
Replying to @NitzanRoth
I’d go with: “A tropical storm hits a Caribbean island, inconveniencing many.”
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Yoel Roth Jul 4
The vintage Sutro Tower line art is 💯.
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Yoel Roth Jul 4
Replying to @yoyoel
A close runner-up: A midwestern state experiences inclement weather.
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Yoel Roth Jul 4
Someone attends and graduates from law school.
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Yoel Roth Jul 1
Ukraine for… social media brand account of the year, I guess?
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evelyn douek Jun 26
Personally, I think that's fine and an additional benefit of the labeling approach: okay, so you label a few extra things w/ additional context. It's not censorship. Content moderation at scale is all about choosing what kinds of errors to make, and this seems like a good choice
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Yoel Roth Jun 25
This is the next best thing: (h/t - seriously, it’s life changing)
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Yoel Roth Jun 23
Next up: the return of rounded screen corners.
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Yoel Roth Jun 22
Building sleep tracking into watchOS seems to point to some pretty dramatic improvements in Series 6 Apple Watch battery life. I regularly end my days at ~20% battery with a Series 5 Watch.
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Yoel Roth Jun 21
Things I learned today: Using the wrong type of flour in a challah recipe not only leads to a failure to make challah, but also causes my stand mixer to disassemble itself in agitation as it tries, but fails, to knead an mass of dough with an overly high protein content.
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Yoel Roth Jun 17
Next month, we’re hosting a first of its kind workshop with to bring together researchers and experts studying information operations using our data disclosures. Learn more and submit papers 👇
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Yoel Roth Jun 16
Replying to @yoyoel
You can find more about how we think about these questions at Twitter on our blog:
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Yoel Roth Jun 16
Replying to @yoyoel
I've spent the last 5 years seeing firsthand all the ways people around the world use Twitter. On-platform behavior varies culturally, geographically, and across communities of every variety. The amazing thing about Twitter is there's no one-size-fits-all way to use it.
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Yoel Roth Jun 16
Tons of insights on the challenges of identifying bots from and others in this piece from the :
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Yoel Roth Jun 16
Replying to @benimmo
There are many, many insights in this thread from , but this one stands out: Increasing pressure on bad actors is a long game, not a one-time fix. But over time, it works: Secondary Infektion struggled again and again to get any traction.
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Yoel Roth Jun 16
The exposé of Secondary Infektion from , , and the team at Graphika is a phenomenal example of how to detect, disrupt, and discuss cross-platform disinformation.
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Ben Nimmo Jun 12
Replying to @benimmo
China: attacking HK protests and Guo Wengui, praising CCP response to coronavirus. Russia: praising the United Russia party. Turkey: praising the AKP. Remember, folks: state-linked info ops often start at home, because that's where the desire for influence is strongest.
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Yoel Roth Jun 11
Detailed, longitudinal narrative and cross-platform analysis from on today’s PRC-linked IO disclosure:
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