As Calls for Regulation of Social Media Grow Globally, Twitter Increases its Content Moderation
Twitter plans to strengthen its content moderation as international leaders threaten regulation. This month, Australia passed a law holding tech platforms accountable for violent posts on their site. Regulators in Canada, the U.S. and New Zealand have considered doing the same.
Twitter revealed its plans to curb hate speech and violent threats on its platform on Tuesday, amid increasing international calls to regulate content moderation on social media.
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