Twitter is providing more clarification for users on how the platform enforces its behavior policies.
The social network expanded its Help Center on Tuesday with two pages that discuss how the company reviews user reports of potential violations and how it decides if an account or tweet has broken the rules. The pages also detail what actions Twitter can take when a tweet or account is out of line.
The company said it will consider a number of factors, including whether
- the behavior is aimed at an individual, group, or protected category of people,
- the report has been filed by a bystander or by the target of the abuse,
- the user has a history of violating the company’s…