By Twitter Public Policy on
This blog discusses Twitter's efforts to bring awareness to International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Human Rights Day.
By Twitter Inc. on
This blog provides an update on plans to relaunch Twitter's public verification process and announces a public feedback period to help shape our policy.
By Karl Robillard on
This blog details our fall Twitter for Good Day, where employees across the world volunteered and supported over 80 nonprofit organizations.
By Joshua Harris and Sam Haveson on
Today, we're launching Fleets so everyone can easily join the conversation in a new way – with their fleeting thoughts.
By Vijaya Gadde and Kayvon Beykpour on
#Election2020 has been unprecedented — resulting in the highest voter turnout rate in 50 years and record levels of election-related conversation on Twitter. This conversation and our work to prot
By @interjl on
Update on performance ad products initiatives and GA of Carousel ads
By Justine De Caires and Andrew Hayward on
This October, we celebrated National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). Disabled employees are equal employees who’s perspectives make Twitter, and the world, better for all.
By Kara Hinesley on
During the election, New Zealanders turned to Twitter for breaking news and to have conversations about topics close to their heart and stay connected with their communities.
By Catalina Restrepo and Xiomara Davila on
At Twitter, we planned events, social activations, commissioned artwork, and more for our first-ever virtual Hispanic Heritage Month in 2020.
By Bridget Coyne and Sam Toizer on
As voters face unprecedented challenges when casting their ballot in the upcoming 2020 US elections, Twitter is doing what we can to ensure that people have access to the reliable information.