Twitter To Introduce New Labels For Tweets With False COVID-19 Information

Twitter is set to introduce new labels to identify false COVID-19 tweets as the social media company announced on Monday. The labels will make it easier if a tweet has false information or unverified claim.

According to twitter, the new labels will link to a platform or to an external reliable source that can make available information about the claims made in the tweet.

Twitter To Introduce New Labels For Tweets With False COVID-19 Information and this is how the new labels look like:

Twitter to Introduce New Labels for Tweets with False COVID-19 InformationThe company may include a feature where a warning will apply to tweets that are in conflict with COVID-19 guidance from health experts. The tweet will be covered with a warning message and to see the real tweet, you will need to click into it.

Twitter will also bring out a rubric for how it will exercise action on a tweet with misleading content in three categories based on the tweet’s “propensity for harm”.

Twitter has also pledged to delete misleading COVID-19 related tweets that could influence people to engage in harmful activity.

In summary, Twitter To Introduce New Labels For Tweets With False COVID-19 Information as announced on Monday the social media giant company.

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