Twitter will now warn its users to revise before posting "wrongthink"
Freedom of speech? Twitter is the last to talk.
Now a new feature will help the Twitter users to filter their wrong thinking so they wouldn’t accidently infect or harm other users with saying “things you don’t mind.”
The social network will experiment not only with the new tool but and with the users’ minds but only disguising it in prudence.
“To let you rethink a reply, we’re running a limited experiment on iOS with a prompt that gives you the option to revise your reply before it’s published if it uses language that could be harmful.”
Now, according to the Twitter’s yesterday official support account, it will notice when a user is about to write something “bad,” giving a chance to avoid a rule violation and save an account from being blocked.
“We’re trying to encourage people to rethink their behavior and rethink their language before posting because they often are in the heat of the moment and they might say something they regret,” said Sunita Saligram, Twitter’s global head of site policy for trust and safety.
As per to Twitter’s “trust ad safety” department, in 2018 it was working on ways to “get the shitty people to not show up.” But now the Twitter is allegedly instead of trying to get you to not show up, it will train its users “out of their bad behavior.”