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In the beginning of 2017, Twitter said it would take on harassment and hate speech.

CEO Jack Dorsey said the company would embrace a “completely new approach to abuse on Twitter” with open dialogue along the way.
For months, though, the company has offered few details about what it would do, or when.

That changed late yesterday, when Twitter posted a timeline with specific promises on actions it will take.
The changes begin next week. On October 27, Twitter will expand what types of “non-consensual nudity” (aka “revenge porn”) that it takes action against.

The company will already act when a victim complains, but Twitter will soon act even in cases where the victims may not be aware images were taken, instances like upskirt photos and hidden webcams. “Anyone we identify as the original poster of non-consensual nudity will be suspended immediately,” the October entry reads.
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