Twitter to remove images of deceased on families’ request

Stuart O'Connor Social Media, Twitter Leave a Comment

In a crackdown on gory and upsetting images, Twitter has announced a new policy where it will remove photos or video of dead people if close family members or other authorised individuals request such a removal. The policy update comes as pictures and video circulated on Twitter after the beheading of US journalist James Foley,…

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Twitter promises to do something following Zelda Williams abuse incident

James O'Malley Twitter Leave a Comment

Twitter's problem with unsolicited abuse by dickheads reached a depressing peak following the death of Robin Williams. His daughter, Zelda Williams quit the social network following a series of abusive tweets. Yeah, we're not sure what the hell is wrong with people either. I'm sorry. I should've risen above. Deleting this from my devices for…

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