May 25, 2017
- Twitter claims to be better at preventing undesirable behavior. That leaves Bruce Daisley, head of the European branch of Twitter, in an interview with The Independent. We are working hard under him to better protect users.
'We stabbing more time and effort into the safety of its users than other issues. The measures we have taken is directly related to the decrease in the number of reports of bad behavior on the platform, 'says Daisley.
One way to address abusers is to ask them to identify itself. 'If someone behaves in a certain way, then we ask for a phone verification. That enables us to provide the user to indicate that what they do takes place in the real world. It also enables us to see whether the user already has other accounts in the phone that are already blocked. '
Further encourages Twitter users via new tools to share their lists with people they keep their account with the company.