Twitter Onward Will Begin Filtering Annoying Trolls [AbbTakk] 17 May, 2018

Twitter Onward Will Begin Filtering Annoying TrollsWeb Desk (May 16, 2018): The goal is to identify and filter trolls and harmful users, based on how they use the social network holistically, twitter announced Tuesday.The new approach looks at behavioral patterns of users in addition to the content of the tweets, allowing Twitter to find and mute online bullies and trolls.Even if the offending tweets are not a violation of Twitter policy, they may be hidden from users if they are deemed to “distort” the conversation, Twitter said.The announcement is the latest “safety” initiative by Twitter, which is seeking to filter out offensive speech while remaining an open platform.Related News:All Users Endorsed To Change Their Password: TwitterFacebook Ceased 200 Apps Over Data Exploitationabbtakk Abbtakk english Abbtakk News Abbtakk Updates AbbTakk World English English News Harsh Tweets Twitter Twitter Blocks World World News

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