We’ve been all over the TL making sure you know about safety tools lately and here’s a roundup of a few of our newer ones. 🧵
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Not everyone needs to be all up in every conversation. You’re in control, so change who can reply.
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Sometimes conversations get heated. When we detect strong language we’ll pause and ask you to reconsider your words so everyone can feel safe.

Dec 15, 2021 · 11:09 PM UTC

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What comes in all shapes and sizes, moves quickly, & then evolves again? MISINFORMATION See how Twitter thinks about leaving room for debate while minimizing societal harm.
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Twitter needs a dislike button next so I can dislike this Tweet.
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As much as I hate Facebook, they are doing reactions the best way. How can anyone understand anyone if emotions are stored as binary? Twitter needs to reconsider reactions so people can better understand their audience. See next reply.
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And then other times a transphobe will depict transgender people being hung and it's apparently completely acceptable on Twitter. mobile.twitter.com/silverfac…
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instead of doing that, reverse the ban on people who say shit like "cracker" since it's not a slur. and then ban actual bullies.
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What about any actions against fake news so that next to feeling safe we will actually be safe?
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Unless the words are the title of lists, right?
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@TwitterSafety can you please tell me how when someone tweets about standing on someone’s throat and turning the heel till the air goes is not threatening or violence? Hate speech is also in the tweet but yet you say there’s nothing wrong?
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