twitter It was 11 percent today Citron Research The report described the platform, "Harvey Weinstein for Social Media" and set a low target price of $ 20. As of today, the stock fell more than 11 percent at $ 29.29 a share.
in a Report The authors did not say the words, citing their conclusions on Amnesty International's report on abuses twitter a program. "Citron has been tracking Twitter for years, and when we just read the article just published by Amnesty International, we knew immediately that the stock was becoming uninvestable and advertisers would soon have to take a closer look at all the Twitter services," Citron wrote.
It was the reaction of "you" to an Amnesty International report that carried "Twitter" on its mission not to do more to curb abusive behavior. "We have built the world's largest collection of data on abuses against women," Amnesty International said in a report. "Twitter is the place where racism, hatred of women and homosexuality are allowed to flourish."
The report went to Twitter call for not doing more. "To be clear: it is not our duty as a human rights organization to analyze abusive tweets on this platform – it's Twitter." [the company’s] The report said that refusing to disclose this information, while allowing abuse to flourish fundamentally, means that we had to do this study for them.
For its part, Twitter says it is working to control the kind of abuses criticized in Amnesty's report. "Our abusive behavioral policies strictly prohibit behavior that harasses, intimidates or silences the voice of another user, and we invest in better techniques and tools to enable us to identify offensive and selective materials more proactively to reduce their outreach and access to the platform and encourage healthier conversations," he said. A Twitter spokesperson told TechCrunch.
Vijaya Gadde, Legal, Policy and Trust & Safety The Global Lead website defended Twitter for his company, claiming it was not clear how Amnesty identified the offensive language in the report. "With regard to [the] Next, explicit, shows [Amnesty International] I would like to point out that the concept of "problematic" content for purposes of content classification is a concept that requires further discussion. It is not clear how [Amnesty has] Define or classify this content, or if so [they] Indicates that it should be removed from Twitter. We are working hard to build globally enforceable rules and have begun to consult the public as part of the process – a new approach within the industry.