Twitter tests new feature prompting users to open articles before sharing
(Reuters) - Twitter Inc <TWTR.N> on Wednesday said it was testing a new feature on Android devices that prompts users to open articles before sharing them.
The social media company has been tightening its policies in recent years amid criticism that its hands-off approach had allowed abuse, fake accounts and misinformation to thrive on its platform.
In May, Twitter prompted readers to check the facts in tweets sent by U.S. President Donald Trump, warning that his claims about mail-in ballots were false and had been debunked by fact checkers.
(Reporting by Ayanti Bera in Bengaluru; Editing by Devika Syamnath)
Twitter <TWTR.N> on Thursday said it removed more than 170,000 accounts tied to a Beijing-backed influence operation that deceptively spread messages favorable to the Chinese government, including about the coronavirus.
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