Twitter is testing new ways to fight misinformation — including a community-based points system
U.S. · TECH
February 20, 20203 min read687 words
Published: February 20, 2020  |  3 min read687 words
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Credible
February 20, 2020
Basic announcement of upcoming plans for Twitter to role out more tools against online misinformation, in this case a community feedback option combined with a team of dedicated reviewers that determine whether tweets are true/false. While its beyond the scope of this article to discuss whether this is the right approach or not, time will tell.
February 20, 2020
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Investigative
February 20, 2020
A good investigative look into some possible platform changes for Twitter. It does well to provide source material and is clear that Twitter has not publicly announced that these changes will actually be released.
February 20, 2020
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