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Should Social Media Companies Police The Content On Their Platforms?

16-Oct-19 12:00

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Twitter has revealed its moderation policies for world leaders in a new blog post. The post from Twitter doesn’t discuss the actions of any specific world leader, but the company said it wanted to better explain why it makes moderation decisions when reviewing controversial posts from political figures.


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