Twitter fake news
Micro-blogging platform Twitter is testing a new feature to help track the origin of a tweeter, to prevent the spread of fake and offensive content with unattainable origin on its platform.
Once dropped, this facility will help cyber cell and other law enforcement officials who started a “bad” tweet with hateful, abusive and fake material, especially in India, which faces the general elections over the next few months.
Twitter confirmed late Thursday night at Tech Crunch that the “Original Twitter” tag has been rolled out to test a small percentage of iOS and Android users across the market.
If this feature runs as expected, it can help to de-stress the toxic and abusive environment on social media platforms and help law enforcement officials easily identify suspected accounts and bulls and help in testing. Can do it.
In the report, Sarah Haider, Director, Product Management, Twitter said, “The purpose of Twitter is to serve the public conversation.” As part of this work, we will highlight more relevant references in the context of discussions adding up.” As it is saying.
Public figures and professional organizations who use the forum to stay connected to their fans and target audiences, often face the outbreak of online trollers and notorious fake news broadcasters.
Even if the platform confirms accounts, it still allows users to change their name and profile pictures on the app, due to which many counterfeit issues have to be faced.
As India is ready for general elections, the owners of the global social media platform are stumbling over how to curb the spread of misinformation and fake news in a country, where deep mobile access has given millions to Twitter and Facebook Has been made available at the fingers.
Addressing the Town Hall style meeting in Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi in November, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said that the fake news is a very large category, which states that the social network, including the use of Artificial Intelligence “multi-variable “Taking steps. (AI), to prevent the spread of misleading information before the 2019 general elections in India.