Twitter to Release Tools to Help Developers Fight Hate Speech and Facilitate Research

Twitter has always been at the forefront of trying to help make the internet a much safer and more egalitarian space for pretty much every single person involved. A big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that this social media platform wants to set itself apart from the pack and attempt to give its users an experience that would not have them exposed to any kind of discrimination with prevention of hate speech particularly being the sort of thing that Twitter has been focusing on for quite some time now.

The micro-blogging platform had been planning to release a set of tools and APIs that would allow developers to create products that would facilitate hate speech no longer being as much of an issue but the release was delayed by a few days to a security issue. These APIs were also going to help businesses get more information on consumer habits and facilitate research that would improve products and services thereby making it so that consumers get far products that they can end up enjoying on a regular basis and businesses can improve their profit margins without compromising on the all important user experience.

With all of that having been said and out of the way, it is important to note that in spite of the fact that the release of this API was delayed due to the recent hacks on high profile accounts in a bitcoin scam, the release is still going to go through in a few days time. This means that developers would be able to take advantage of these tools which is something that the vast majority of them are most likely going to end up being highly appreciative of all in all.



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