Twitter U-turns on EU disinformation agreements

Social media giant had planned to leave the voluntary Code of Practice on Disinformation

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Twitter to abide by EU's stringent anti-disinformation regulations
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Twitter to abide by EU's stringent anti-disinformation regulations

Twitter has changed its mind on adhering to The EU's Code of Practice on Disinformation - due to preparations for the incoming Digital Services Act.

According to The Guardian, Twitter made its decision after EU officials visited the company's headquarters last week to conduct a simulated exercise with staff to evaluate the platform's ability to...

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