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Twitter to Label Misinformation Surrounding Armed Conflict, Crisis

Twitter to Label Misinformation , Surrounding Armed Conflict, Crisis. Today, we’re introducing our crisis misinformation policy – a global policy that will guide our efforts to elevate credible, authoritative information, , Yoel Roth, Twitter's Head of Safety, Twitter Blog Post. ... and will help to ensure viral misinformation isn’t amplified or recommended by us during crises. , Yoel Roth, Twitter's Head of Safety, Twitter Blog Post. Take the time to understand each other. In times of crisis, misleading information can undermine public trust and cause further harm to already vulnerable communities. , Yoel Roth, Twitter's Head of Safety, Twitter Blog Post. Alongside our existing work to make reliable information more accessible during crisis events, , Yoel Roth, Twitter's Head of Safety, Twitter Blog Post. ... this new approach will help to slow the spread by us of the most visible, misleading content, particularly that which could lead to severe harms, Yoel Roth, Twitter's Head of Safety, Twitter Blog Post. To determine whether claims are misleading, we require verification from multiple credible, publicly available sources, , Yoel Roth, Twitter's Head of Safety, via CNN. ... including evidence from conflict monitoring groups, humanitarian organizations, open-source investigators, journalists, and more, Yoel Roth, Twitter's Head of Safety, via CNN. According to Twitter, crisis are defined as “situations in which there is a widespread threat to life, physical safety, health, or basic subsistence.”. People on Twitter will be required to click through the warning notice to view the Tweet, and the content won’t be amplified or recommended across the service, Yoel Roth, Twitter's Head of Safety, Twitter Blog Post.
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