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Twitter means that users will “retweet” the world’s leaders that do not comply with the rules

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Twitter will limit how users can interact with the tweets of world leaders who have violated any of the rules and regulations.

It is a social media start-up company led by CEO Jack Dorsey said in a Tuesday blog post that it won’t allow users to like, reply, share, or retweet abusive tweets, but it allows users to quote a tweet to them, so that they can have their own point of view.

The San Francisco-based company has to deal with a backlash from critics about her nasty behavior, and the content-presentation policy. Some of the organizations and users believe that the subject matter as well as the tweets of the leaders from the President’s Home to meet the same standards as everyone else on the platform.

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“When it comes to the actions of world leaders on Twitter, we have to realize that this is largely new ground-breaking,” the company said. “We want to make it clear that the statements of the leaders are not above our policies in full.”

Twitter, listed a variety of areas, which will lead to enforcement action, even if the account concerned is a public figure, and the promotion of terrorism a clear and direct threat of violence against any person; the posting of private information or the sharing of intimate photos or videos of a person that is produced or shared without permission. behaviour in relation to the sexual exploitation of children; and to encourage or promote self-harm.

In cases In which there has been a global leader, the company said it “will err on the side of the exit of the contents, if there is a clear public interest in doing so.”

AMAZON’S SPOKESPERSON SAID THAT THE ATTACKS ARE AGAINST THE HOME’S ADMINISTRATION WERE ‘PERSONAL’ VIEWS TO BE ACCESSED

“Our goal is to enforce compliance with our rules, judicious, and impartial. In addition, we aim to provide a direct insight into our compliance with the decision-making process, in order to serve the public conversation, as well as the protection of the public’s right to be heard by their leaders and hold them to account,” Twitter said at the conclusion of his blog post.

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