Twitter is looking forward to providing in-depth insight into the action taken on rule violations, coordinated disinformation campaigns, information requests, and more. For this, the social media brand will use an updated Transparency Center mini-site, which has been continuously transformed into an interactive expansion of its static Transparency Reports.
Twitter confirmed that in 2020, the focus should be their own practices, including how to enforce the Twitter Rules, their ongoing work to disrupt global state-backed information operations, and the increased number of attempts by governments to request data about account holders.
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The goal of this evolution is to make transparency reporting more easily comprehensible and accessible to the general public.