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23 Mar 2022

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Twitter

Twitter response

...Since the first signs of a potential crisis prior to the invasion, a cross-functional team, including our safety and integrity units and the human rights team, has been closely monitoring the situation in Ukraine. This team is assessing and responding to risks associated with the conflict and developing a range of mitigation strategies...

We’ve paused advertising in Ukraine and Russia to ensure that critical public safety information is elevated, and that ads don’t detract from the conversation on Twitter. Content that discusses or focuses on the war, or that is considered false or misleading under the Twitter Rules, is not eligible for monetization...

...We’re working to mitigate any attempts at targeted account takeover or manipulation and have made account security resources available in Ukrainian, Russian, and English...

...Despite the increased throttling of our service in Russia, we have not restricted access or the ability to sign-up for Twitter. We have also expanded our supported browsers to include Tor...

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