Twitter launches protection against offensive posts

The microblogging service Twitter recalled that people go to its network to talk about what is happening around. But sometimes such conversations can be extremely heated, and people can later say something that they may later regret. This is why in 2020 Twitter began testing prompts to encourage people to pause and review a potentially dangerous or offensive response before they click Submit.

Based on the feedback and lessons learned from these tests, Twitter developers have made improvements to the systems that decide when and how to send these directives. The company has already started implementing these improved guidelines in iOS and Android, which will first affect accounts that have English enabled in their settings.

This system works as follows: for example, before sending a message on Twitter with an insult, profanity or a remark full of hatred, a request appeared, and people had the opportunity to cool down, soberly assess the current situation and make changes to the message, delete it or send everything as it is.

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