Twitter Could Soon Expand Character Limit

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  1. One of the reasons for the rise in anti-Semitic attacks in our country is the proliferation of hate messages on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.

  2. Twitter is taking action. They have fired employees and contractors who have hijacked accounts internally to send offensive messages. Unfortunately, Facebook has done nothing.

    • Ron, I hear what you’re saying, but Musk also reinstated Kanye West’s account. That’s a big problem, and that tells me that Twitter is going even in a worse direction than they were going previously before Musk took over.

      • I’ve been following scans of Twitter since Musk took over. The content algorithms have been revamped. Hateful comments are being deleted but the accounts are not. Maybe if they see they’re hate speech is banned, they’ll leave, but the speech is definitely being watched closely. As for me, I’ve been off of Twitter, Facebook and most of the others for a very long time. Hackers and advertisers can find out everything about you, your friends and family and set you in their sights (sites). Besides that danger at worst and annoyance at best, IMO it’s a complete waste of time and Treif and Arayot are plastered everywhere.

  3. More opportunities for us to spead Lashon Hora. Our Gedolim knew what they were doing banning smartphones & internet. Now it needs to be strictly enforced everywhere.

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