(REUTERS) — Twitter announced on Tuesday improvements to simplify the way users report abuse and harassment on the social media platform.
The company said it will now require less information from users flagging inappropriate content and that it will be easier to submit tweets and accounts for review, even when wrongful behaviour is simply observed and not received directly.
“We are nowhere near being done making changes in this area,” Shreyas Doshi, director of product management and user safety said in a message posted on Twitter’s website.
“In the coming months, you can expect to see additional user controls, further improvements to reporting and new enforcement procedures for abusive accounts.”
Users also will be able to view all the accounts they have blocked in a new blocked accounts page accessible from the settings menu on Twitter [fortune-stock symbol=”TWTR”].
The changes, which will be rolled out to all users in the…
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