Earlier this week, Twitter announced that they will re-open account verification requests early next year, bringing brand-new guidelines for users seeking the little tick next to their Twitter handle.
The UK government and leading social media platforms have reportedly agreed on a set of new measures to tackle the spread of disinformation and misinformation related to vaccines against Covid-19, according to a joint press release published by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, and the Department of Health and Social Care.
The global professional networking platform LinkedIn, which has recently reported more than 722 million users, ‘ensures that three people are hired every minute’ and new features make it easier for nearly 40 million job seekers to indicate they’re looking for their next opportunity, according to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
Facebook has announced a new look for their Messenger platform, including some new features to coincide with the recent integration of Instagram Direct and Messenger.
After reporting plenty of updates on Facebook of late, it’s now Twitter’s turn! The social media platform has confirmed it’s working on a new feature, currently dubbed “Birdwatch,” that could let the Twitter community warn one another about tweets that could cause harm.