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Users will now see messages with limited visibility and will only be able to read them if they accept the notification.
here is how it will work
The social network will flag tweets that it believes violate its terms.
Now there will be a notification that Twitter you limit the “visibility” of a problematic post to the opportunity to learn more.
In the coming months, labels will cover more types of rule violations. Users can first provide “feedback” on a tag if they believe it was in error, but they will have to wait some time in the future to formally appeal the decisions.
Restrictions will only apply to messages, not to accounts in general.
Human rights groups have been criticized Twitter for not doing enough to protect frequent targets of hate such as the LGBT community.
A necessary step, but not enough
In theory, this prevents the spread of offensive language without completely disabling users on the platform.
It also promises greater transparency to deal with “shadow bans” that limit scope without anyone knowing.
While violators can still be banned if they are “bad actors” or breaking the law, they are more likely to stay in service.
It is also not a fact that this will satisfy the failure of advertisers. Twitter fearing that their ads might be placed next to objectionable content.
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