Twitter To Publish 'Case Studies' On Banned Accounts
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Twitter’s safety team wants to begin publishing public “case studies” explaining Twitter’s decisions to ban or suspend high-profile accounts, according to Vijaya Gadde, Twitter’s Trust & Safety lead.

Speaking on Joe Rogan’s podcast Tuesday, Gadde said she wants to make the reasoning behind Twitter’s decisions more clear to the public.

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“We’re thinking of doing something we call case studies. Essentially this is our case law, this is what we use, and so high profile cases, cases people ask us about, like to actually publish this so that we can go through, you know, tweet by tweet just like this.” she said.

“Because I think a lot of people just don’t understand, and they don’t believe us when we’re saying these things so to put that out there so people can see and they may disagree with the calls that we’re making but we want them to at least see why we’re making these calls. I want to at least start that by the end of this year.”