Twitter wants to keep you and your account safe, when using its service and it announced a series of improvements regarding incidents of impersonation, self–harm and the sharing of private and confidential information.
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Over the past months, Twitter rolled out a series of improvements aimed at making the social network a happier, safer place. As a result, reports for improper content and violation of rules skyrocketed. Twitter invested in building a larger, more efficient team and it has managed to cut down response time to such incidents. These practices proved to be beneficial, so they are now being implemented for cases of private information and impersonation.
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