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Twitter tests labels to warn of misleading tweets

Twitter tests labels to warn of misleading tweets

Twitter wants to change the way it displays tweets that may be misleading but aren’t dangerous or infringe on its policies. As part of a new series of tests, Twitter will be adding misinformation labels that will accompany tweets that the social network deems “misleading”. The labels will be coloured as shown in the photo above and carry a brief explainer and a link that users can click to find out more. “People who come across the new labels as a part of this limited test should expect a more communicative impact from the labels themselves both through copy, symbols and colors used to distill clear context about not only the label, but the information or content they are engaging with,” the company told TechCrunch.

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