CEO said For a company Twitter (Jack Dorsey) today, Friday: His company has made a mistake in blocking links to an article containing allegations about the son of the Democratic presidential candidate (Joe Biden).
Dorsey wrote in Tweet He posted on Twitter: “Our goal is to try to add context, and now we have the capabilities to do so.”
Straight blocking of URLs was wrong, and we updated our policy and enforcement to fix. Our goal is to attempt to add context, and now we have capabilities to do that. https://t.co/ZLUw3YD887
– jack (@jack) October 16, 2020
The company sparked a protest to restrict the Twitter account of US President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign for a short period after it posted a video clip that referred to the news published by the New York Post on Thursday.
The chair of the US Senate Judiciary Committee (Lindsey Graham), Republican Senator (Ted Cruz) and (Josh Hawley) said on Thursday: The committee will vote on Tuesday to send a subpoena to Dorsey.
The company’s chief policy officer (Vijaya Jade) said late on Thursday: The company decided to make changes to the breached material policy after comments on its earlier implementation.
In 2018, the company began implementing its new policy for penetrated materials, with the aim of preventing the spread of private information after hacking operations and unauthorized exposure.
Twitter also said: Even with the new policy, news of the New York Post will still be blocked. A company spokesman said: The news will remain prohibited due to “violating the rules regarding private personal information”.
Separately, Twitter’s website has stopped working for a relatively long time on Thursday, as users who tried to visit the site showed an error message.
The message on the website showed that Twitter was investigating a problem with its API. The Twitter mobile app suffered from a problem that prevented it from working properly.
And publish the site Tweet In it he said: “The last problem resulted from an unintended change we made to our internal systems.” “Twitter is supposed to work for everyone within the next few hours,” he added.
Earlier this year, the site suffered a major service outage when the accounts of some celebrities were breached, as part of a major fraud to steal the cryptocurrency Bitcoin last July.