Elon Musk reportedly fires Twitter content moderation staff

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Twitter, under new owner Elon Musk, has made deeper cuts into its already radically diminished trust and safety team that handles global content moderation, as well as to the unit related to hate speech and harassment, according to sources.

Axar.az reports that at least a dozen more cuts on Friday night affected workers in the company’s Dublin and Singapore offices, sources said. They included Nur Azhar bin Ayob, the head of site integrity for Twitter’s Asia-Pacific region, a relatively recent hire, and Analuisa Dominguez, Twitter’s senior director of revenue policy.

Workers on teams handling the social network’s misinformation policy, global appeals and state media on the platform were also eliminated.

2023.01.08 / 10:13
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