Twitter to feature more anti-abuse tools
Twitter has announced more changes intended to limit the amount of abuse on the network, the BBC wrote Wednesday.
It comes in the wake of heavy criticism about harassment on its platform and a failure to find a buyer after months of rumours about takeovers, according to the BBC.
It has announced three main changes, which will be rolled out in the “coming weeks”.
It includes moves to identify people who have been permanently suspended and stop them creating new accounts, added the BBC.
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