Improving the health of the public conversation is a top priority for Twitter. Violence, harassment and other similar types of behavior discourage people from expressing themselves and create an unsafe environment, and this behavior has no place on Twitter. In addition to our work to combat this negative activity platform-wide, Twitter has invested in a suite of solutions aimed at ensuring a safe advertising experience for everyone who uses Twitter.
While Twitter has been publishing biannual transparency reports since 2012, in 2020 these reports evolved into a more comprehensive Transparency Center covering a broader array of Twitter's transparency efforts. Twitter now includes sections covering information requests, removal requests, copyright notices, trademark notices, email security, Twitter Rules enforcement, platform manipulation, and state-backed information operations.
Twitter's purpose is to serve the public conversation. Violence, harassment and other similar types of behavior discourage people from expressing themselves, and ultimately diminish the value of global public conversation. The Twitter Rules ensure all people can participate in the public conversation freely and safely.
As a global community that thrives on creativity and expression, it's important that users feel safe and comfortable in this community. Our policies and tools are developed to promote a positive and safe environment for our community, and we trust that users will respect and utilize these measures to keep TikTok fun and welcoming for everyone.
"We publish Transparency Reports to provide visibility into the volume and nature of content removed for violating our Community Guidelines or Terms of Service. We also report how we respond to law enforcement requests for information, government requests for content removals, and intellectual property removal requests. This report covers the second half of 2020 (July 1 - December 31)..."
At the heart of our approach are the four Rs - we Remove content that violates our policies, Reduce the spread of harmful misinformation and borderline material, Raise up authoritative sources for news and information, and Reward trusted Creators.
Our Community Guidelines are designed to ensure our community stays protected. They set out what's allowed and not allowed on YouTube, and apply to all types of content on our platform, including videos, comments, links, and thumbnails.
This course explores how our Facebook Community Standards, Instagram Community Guidelines, partner monetization policies, enforcement policies, collaboration with industry partners and advertiser tools can help brands feel safe when advertising across the Facebook family of apps and services.
Brand safety allows you to control where your ads are delivered on Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Audience Network. You can prevent your ads from appearing within or alongside content and publishers that aren't suitable to your brand.
We are dedicated to keeping our platforms safe, whether you're here to keep in touch with friends or you're promoting your business on our apps. We know we have more to do, so we're working with governments, policymakers, civil organizations, academics, advertisers and other experts as we continue the fight against harmful content.
Pinterest isn't a place for antagonistic, explicit, false or misleading, harmful, hateful, or violent content or behavior. We may remove, limit, or block the distribution of such content and the accounts, individuals, groups and domains that create or spread it based on how much harm it poses.
This transparency report... takes a hard look at how we think about safety; the product choices we made to create a safe space for all our communities, and how our safety staff, community moderators, and technological solutions help enforce the rules we set.
These Guidelines apply to all content on Snapchat — and to all Snapchatters, equally. Advertisers and Media partners in Discover agree to additional guidelines, including the requirement that their content is accurate and where appropriate, fact-checked.