Twitter disbanded its Trust and Safety Council


Twitter disbanded its Trust and Safety Council.

Disbanded its advisory board, the Trust and Safety Council, after virtually all of its influential members quit in opposition to the contentious changes Elon Musk had made to the business. Twitter disbanded its Trust and Safety Council

The organization, which had just 100 independent scholars and human rights advocates, was founded in 2016. Twitter wrote in an email to the council’s remaining members, “We are reevaluating how best to incorporate external perspectives into our product and policy development work” as the business enters a new era.

“As part of this process, we have determined that the Council is not the ideal structure to achieve this.” Three members of the Twitter Trust and Safety Council quit last week, stating that, in contrast to Musk’s assertions, user safety and welfare are declining.

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Musk’s “freedom of expression” stance was criticize by Eirliani Abdul Rahman, Anne Collier, and Lesley Podesta. The council has had Rahman and Collier as members since its founding in 2016.

The corporation claims that moving forward, it will continue to be open to the council members’ suggestions. Additionally, Twitter stated that it will “continue to look at avenues to give targeted and timely input into our work, whether through bilateral or small group discussions.”

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