Twitter says it will take ‘meaningful’ steps to tackle its endemic abuse problem in November
Twitter says it has “meaningful updates” in the works that will tackle its endemic abuse problem — and they will be rolling out in November.
On Thursday, the social networking company announced its third-quarter earnings. It beat analysts expectations for revenues, and earnings per share — but also confirmed it is laying off 9% of its global workforce.
In an accompanying letter to shareholders, Twitter alludes to a number of changes that are coming to the platform — including new safety features.
The social network is struggling right now. It’s struggling to grow, it can’t turn a profit, and it’s users are complaining about a serious and persistent harassment and abuse problem on the platform. – READ MORE