Recently, Twitter had the opportunity to discuss some measures it has taken over the last few weeks due to some users not reacting correctly to the news about the war between Russia and Ukraine.
The giant announced that it had negatively tagged or removed over 50,000 incorrect content that did not comply with its policies. There is also talk of a ban of about 75,000 accounts accused of misconduct and spam, although among these there are also some that had nothing to do with the war.
Among the most serious problems we find the #IStandWithPutin which has been running on the platform for days and has gone viral thanks to a fake account campaign, which the company is fortunately able to eradicate over time.
Several have found themselves guilty of having manipulated the platform, which is consequently only reacting to a particularly difficult situation to manage, due to the fact that these are particularly sensitive issues and that it is not easy to create a climate of peace with so many opinions. highly at odds on the subject.
However, it must be said that the company has allowed some media to continue operating on the platform with their verified accounts, but it seems that even for these there have been some obstacles to overcome, such as lack of promotions by the company.