Facebook and Twitter announced today that they are joining forces to combat hate speech.
The companies will create a new partnership called Twitter and the Facebook platform will become a tool for “identifying and removing offensive and hateful content.”
This will allow users to report hateful content in a matter of seconds.
They are also rolling out a new platform that will allow them to share content that is deemed to be “unacceptable.”
The new platform will allow anyone to report offensive content in just seconds.
The announcement came a day after Facebook announced that it would be taking a “significant step toward tackling” hate speech on the platform.
In addition to the new platform, Facebook is also partnering with a number of companies to help combat hate online.
These include Twitter, Twitter for Education, Techstars, the New York Times, and many more.
The new partnership will allow for more direct dialogue with individuals and organizations who report offensive or hateful content, so that the platforms can remove it and improve the way we interact online.
The goal is to create an environment that is more civil and respectful of everyone, including those who may be on opposing sides.
It will also provide an avenue for people to share their experiences, insights, and opinions.
Facebook is encouraging users to share offensive content with others on Twitter and to report it to the platforms, which can take the form of an anonymous post or a tweet.
For now, however, it will be up to the individuals and platforms themselves to determine whether their posts and tweets fall under the new policy.
In the future, the new tools will also include a section that allows users to add hashtags and to tag tweets that contain them.