Twitter revealed its plans to curb hate speech and violent threats on its platform Tuesday amid increasing international calls to regulate content moderation on social media.

In a blog post, the San Francisco-based company’s vice president of service Donald Hicks and senior director of product management in health David Gasca said Twitter plans to update its community rules “in the next few weeks” and will begin “experimenting” with an option to hide tweet replies in June.

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