Starting this week, Twitter has started letting users hide replies to their tweets in order to maximize its efforts to make the platform less toxic and more friendly. The company announced its new feature will be rolling out soon globally. The California based company states, “Everyone should feel safe and comfortable while talking on Twitter. […]
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While Facebook is adamant on not fact-checking the ads run by politicians, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced last week that Twitter will ban all political advertising worldwide, saying that the reach of such messages “should be earned, not bought”.