Twitter’s new rules explicitly crack down on ‘hateful conduct’



Twitter announced an update to its rules that clarify what the social media company considers “abusive behavior and hateful conduct.”

Megan Cristina, Twitter’s director of Trust and Safety, made the announcement Tuesday in a post that said the company will not tolerate behavior designed to harass, intimidate or silence another user’s voice through fear

“As always, we embrace and encourage diverse opinions and beliefs — but we will continue to take action on accounts that cross the line into abuse,” Cristina wrote

We’ve updated our rules around abuse and hateful conduct

— Safety (@safety) December 29, 2015 Read more…

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