Twitter said Smyte’s products will help it address challenges in safety, spam and security more quickly and effectively.
Twitter is now experimenting with topic tabs in its “Explore” tab so that it will be easier to see what’s happening in news and entertainment and what’s most relevant to you.
Twitter has partnered with several video publishers wherein these content partners would sharing brand-safe videos that audiences would be eager to discover.
Twitter said on Wednesday that it did not expect the lockdown to happen as some users who opened their accounts when they were 13 are now old enough to use the platform.
Lawmakers in the US and elsewhere are increasingly scrutinizing big tech companies, particularly over how they collect reams of personal data from their users and what they do with it.
Trump has made his Twitter account – with more than 52 million followers – an integral and controversial part of his presidency, using it to promote his agenda, announce policy and attack critics.
Twitter has opted to suspend users whose provided date of birth indicates they were under the age of 13 when they signed up.
Twitter from next month will start labelling US politicians on its platform; it is yet unknown if the feature will extend outside of the US.
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Twitter says it will now user behavioural signs to ensure that abusive trolls can be identified, and the activities of such users be controlled.
A tweet by Rahul Gandhi addressing Prime Minister Narendra Modi saw the highest number of re-tweets (10,151 times), while it received 22,930 likes, the statement said.
Stating that tweets were “hurtful and attract penalties under law”, police have requested Twitter India authorities to block the users and sought their details so that they can be booked under law.
Twitter is apparently working on a new feature for its mobile apps called “Secret Conversations”, which will allow users to send direct messages that are encrypted.
A report from the US’ Anti-Defamatory Leagu has found that anti-Semitic content on Twitter has been rising, and creating false stereotypes around Jews.
Though Twitter says there’s no indication that anyone has stolen or misused those passwords, the company is recommending a change as a precaution.