We work to proactively identify and label misleading content so you can have greater context and clarity around the information you see and share. We work to elevate factual information across our platform including context to explain why a Topic is trending and provide transparency around claims that have been confirmed to be false by independent, subject-matter experts..
How Twitter addresses misinformation
Automated accounts, often referred to as “bots,” perform programmed actions through the Twitter API. Examples of automated accounts you might see on Twitter include bots that help you find vaccine appointments and disaster early warning systems. Developers who run bot accounts have the option to apply a automated account label to help you identify if an account is a bot or not.
Learn more about ‘good bots’
Out of hundreds of millions of Tweets a day, Moments surface the best of what’s happening on Twitter. We aim to uphold high standards of accuracy, impartiality, and fairness in our curation. Moments are intended to feature compelling, original, and diverse content. When selecting Tweets and video for a Moment, we consider the content and media as well as the avatar and username of the poster.
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