If you know anything about Twitter, you probably know that one of the issues the site has always had is policing its global community with consistency. Too often someone complains that they’ve been harassed on the site but they don’t see anything come of it. Still, the companyis making progress.
Twitter hopes to further that progress by launching a “Safety Center” which aims to put all of the resources for online safety in one easy to find spot: http://safety.twitter.com. Some of the resources are based around initiatives that the company have already kicked off, but it was really difficult to find detailed information about them.
What makes this a somewhat useful resource is that Twitter breaks out the available help into categories based on age group. However, I find it highly unlikely that Twitter can engage teenagers with content that reads like this:
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