Confronting Twitter’s Pornography Problem Would Tackle The Child Exploitation Epidemic

  • The email reportedly said the company decided to dissolve the advisory council to reevaluate “how best to bring external insights into our product and policy development work,” which the platform deemed the council was “not the best structure to do this.”
  • The Associated Press further reported the email, which was signed by “Twitter,” said the company would be “moving faster and more aggressively than ever before” to “make Twitter a safe, informative place.”
  • Twitter staff also said the former council members could still contribute ideas in the future to achieve their goal.
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