Beginning today, we will label Tweets that may contain misleading information around COVID-19 vaccinations. This is in addition to our ongoing efforts to remove the most harmful COVID-19 misleading information from Twitter.
To learn more, visit our blog.
However, we have not taken any action on accounts that consist of news media entities, journalists, activists, and politicians. We will continue to advocate for the right of free expression on behalf of the people we serve, and are exploring options under Indian law.
Across four continents, to mark #SaferInternetDay, we will be taking part in presentations, trainings and events with partners – all encouraging people to make safer choices online.
These partnerships are key to the successful promotion of healthy online behaviour.
Tomorrow is #SaferInternetDay.
If you want to learn how to verify information on the internet with critical thinking, don't miss #VerifyIn21Tweets course with @maldita_es.
Today’s lesson kicks off at 8:30pm CET!
We are celebrating #SaferInternetDay next week by partnering with Spanish fact checker @maldita_es on a media literacy course.
If you want to learn how to verify information on the internet with critical thinking, don't miss #VerifyIn21Tweets
We start on Monday at 8:30pm CET!
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