Each social network has rules that govern what content users are allowed to post and what not. The same is true of Twitter, which is currently expanded. It will now block offenses based on age, health disadvantage and illness.
Hate speech is a problem that solves all social networks. A variety of forms of insulting and dehonesting are fairly common, and therefore fixed rules are set to clarify when action can be taken if users report the post or comment. Twitter is already addressing this issue cocerning religion, but it will be expanded.
This way, users who attack others in their tweets because of different religion, age, health or illness will be at risk of deleting content and blocking their entire account. However, the blocking itself will only apply to new offenses, the old ones will only be deleted if one of the users reports them.
Twitter also promises to refine training for employees who check individual reports and address whether or not they are a violation. At the same time, the network’s ability to detect malicious tweets is also improving – last year 50 percent of deleted content did not require users to report.