It was first tested in the United States, Australia and South Korea, and since it was first announced, Twitter has said it has received about 3 million reports from users who have used it to flag tweets they believe violate its policies.
And last year the social media giant launched another program called Birdwatch, which allows participants to write notes and provide additional context for misleading tweets, although those notes are saved on a separate website.
It is reported that earlier, Twitter issued a new code of conduct that states that users must first submit a report to the person concerned or their authorized representative to ensure that photos and videos are posted on Twitter with the person’s permission.
But photos and videos of public figures can be published without their permission, provided it is not intended to intimidate or blackmail anyone, according to Proiqra, and according to Twitter the context will also be preserved in each such case.
And if a photo or video is publicly available and used by traditional media, it will not be removed from Twitter.
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