Twitter flags faux posts concerning the battle

Posts that break the foundations will likely be hidden behind a message stating that it incorporates deceptive data that might trigger actual hurt in actual life.

To view the posts, customers should click on on a hyperlink, says the corporate’s head of safety and privateness, Yoel Roth.

“In this first stage, we focus on international armed conflicts, starting in Ukraine, but the policy must be updated to include other types of crises,” he wrote in a weblog.

Twitter states that the corporate will prioritize posts from state media, governments and verified accounts.

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