2017

Twitter

01 Feb 2017 Becca Cawthorne

Kira O’Connor, Public Policy, Twitter:

“Safety is something that will never be ‘done’ and Safer Internet Day is an important opportunity to think about how we can all contribute to making the internet a better place for everyone. #SaferInternetDay is a chance for great conversations with safety leaders like the UK Safer Internet Centre, young people themselves, and all internet users from around the world. At Twitter we’re committed to ensuring that people can control their own experience, but also know that we have clear rules about what is not acceptable and we will take action when people break those rules. In the past year we’ve introduced a number of changes, including a new, simplified way of reporting hateful conduct, and we continue to push ourselves to do more to ensure people can share their perspective wherever they are.”