It was announced on 24. April and rolled out in the EU on 29. April. /3
It now gets abused by people who search for Tweets that could be interpreted as voter manipulation. /5
But content moderators have to make decisions within seconds (watch The Cleaners). /7
Or should it? /8
I argued that hateful satire is still hateful and shouldn't be allowed.
At the same time, this is a complex decision, I don't want the platforms to make on their own. /9
Twitter has different levels of punishments. Account suspensions are only the final one.
First one is forcing people to delete the violating Tweet. Then posting timeouts. /10
In my eyes the easier one. The only misleading content in that Tweet was the election poster she discussed.
I would love to know how it was discussed internally and if content moderators got a memo how do handle jokes. Or if there was no interruption. /14