Twitter will Release Case Studies on Banned Accounts

Nowadays, Twitter is banning many accounts. Following the fan, people are questioning the social media giant to explain the reason behind it. Previously The company used to say that they can not tell the reason for banning a single account. But finally, Twitter has decided to take some controversial decisions. Now the company will start posing “case studies” explaining why Twitter decided to ban a specific account.

Twitter Case Studies will Enhance Transparency

Gadde shared her concerns and said that she wants to make the reasoning behind the ban of a specific account, public. She noted that:

“We’re thinking of doing something we call case studies. Essentially this is our case law, this is what we use, and so high profile cases, cases people ask us about, like to publish this so that we can go through, you know, tweet by tweet just like this. Because I think a lot of people don’t understand, and they don’t believe us when we’re saying these things so to put that out there so people can see and they may disagree with the calls that we’re making, but we want them to at least see why we’re making these calls. I want to at least start that by the end of this year.”
This decision has come after Twitter decided to ban accounts of Jones and Jacob Wohl, followed by CEO Jack Dorsey and Tim Pool. Twitter has taken a long jump as previously, and the company used to say that “we don’t comment on individual accounts.”

Actually, Twitter is looking to increase its transparency around different products, policies, and processes. Well right now we cannot comment on how the case study will look like, but it’s good that Twitter is doing something new in order to promote transparency on its platform.

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.

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