Until the recently, Twitter was not very transparent about its norms and policies to punish its users. Now, the time has come when Twitter has stepped down and rewrote their guidelines so that users must understand the gravity of do’s and don’ts i.e. what is going to ban the users and what will not.
This is an integral part of anti-abuse efforts, Twitter breaks the news, and the corporate launched which has published the new details outlining the different types of consequence imposed on the lawbreakers and abusers. However, these penalties are not new yet a poll in Recode’s office has established that most of the users are not mindful of the ways and techniques which Twitter uses to keep them online.
The punishment falls in the severity which is stereotypically painless, Twitter has decided to use its own procedures to limit the Tweets of the users to a lesser group of users. Painful punishment is defined by the lifetime ban on the user. Though there is a part of this enforcement strategy which seems to be a bit inconsistent as per the Twitter news. For instance how newsworthy or notable a tweet is, now certainly this requires a thorough idiosyncratic analysis.
5 / We are conducting an initial review of verified accounts and will remove verification from accounts whose behavior does not fall within these new guidelines. We will continue to review and take action as we work towards a new program we are proud of.— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) November 15, 2017
In another Twitter’s breaking news, it says that Twitter is in process of investigating diverse data for instance, reported tweets from the user who is at present is not abusive or a lawbreaker yet holds the history of abuse or harassment on the social media platform.
Wondering, what can happen to you if you violate the Twitter rules? So let’s go through the Twitter’s formal list of penalties listed from the increasing gravity:
So, all the users who simply are still not able to respect the free speech realities, beware, of the consequences. More peace, more positivity around the world will certainly make it a better place to live.
Joshua is a writer at MobileAppDaily and also works as a reporter for the team to keep our readers up to date. He is breaking the mobile app technology news for MobileAppDialy since 2016 and has more than 4 years of experience as a tech blogger.