Twitter Releases Its 20th Transparency Report

The social network noted record numbers of requests involving verified journalists and news outlets

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Twitter’s Transparency Report hit a nice, round number Thursday: 20.

The social network said in a blog post introducing its 20th Transparency Report, “Why does this matter? Over the past 10 years, how governments attempt to control free expression, remove content and reveal the identity of account owners on Twitter has evolved significantly. Meaningful transparency helps people understand the rules of online services and hold governments accountable for their actions and, in turn, helps keep us accountable for principled content moderation and responsiveness to government demands.



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