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Twitter Safety Mode

The social media platform announced it has begun testing Safety Mode, which once turned on will block accounts and content for seven days that Twitter’s systems spot using harmful language or sending repetitive, uninvited replies. Turned on via the Twitter settings, Safety Mode will assess the likelihood of an interaction between two users being negative based on the context of the tweets in question, as well as any existing relationship they may have – with Twitter confirming that accounts a user already follows or frequently interacts with will not be automatically blocked. The social media giant has begun testing the new tool with a small group of users. How will this impact the social media usage and abuses?

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