In current era, Twitter is used by almost 288 million people worldwide. Last year some cases of data leakage, hacking were reported. Taking an action against these problems, company will improve several content issues such as leaking of text messages, personal data and many such related things.
“We streamlined the process of reporting harassment on Twitter recently; now we’re making similar improvements around reporting other content issues including impersonation, self-harm and the sharing of private and confidential information,” Twitter vice president Tina Bhatnagar said in a blog post.
She also said that “These changes will begin rolling out today and should reach all users in the coming weeks.”
“Overall, we now review five times as many user reports as we did previously, and we have tripled the size of the support team focused on handling abuse reports. We are also beginning to add several new enforcement actions for use against accounts that violate our rules. These new actions will not be visible to the vast majority of rule-abiding Twitter users — but they give us new options for acting against the accounts that don’t follow the rules and serve to discourage behavior that goes against our policies.” She added.