Twitter quits EU anti-disinformation code

EU Commissioner warns: 'You can run but you can't hide'

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Twitter quits EU code aimed at combating disinformation, Commissioner says
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Twitter quits EU code aimed at combating disinformation, Commissioner says

Twitter has withdrawn from the EU's Code of Practice on Disinformation - separating it from other social media platforms.

The Code, written and signed last year, aims to counter the threat of disinformation and misinformation by limiting its spread, boosting transparency and providing better access to data. The Uni...

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