Twitter will offer report option for deceptive election tweets 

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The social network is adding a dedicated report option that allows users to tell them about deceptive voting-related tweets, beginning with the choices they have Place in India and the European Union.

Now, Indian users can report on tweets that they believe are trying to deceive voters, such as misinformation related to the date or location of polling stations, as well as false claims about identity requirements for Be able to vote, touching the menu of the tweeter’s arrow suspicious and selecting the ‘ Report the tweet ‘ option and then selecting: “It’s misleading about the vote.”

Twitter ensures that the tool will be available for the Lok Sabha elections in India and will also be launched in all EU Member States on April 29, before the EU parliament elections next month.

The “misleading voting” option persists in the list of options available to report tweets for seven days after each election ends.

The feature may extend to “other world-wide elections for the rest of the year,” without providing more details on what choices and markets will prioritize to get the tool.

“Our teams have been trained and we have recently improved our appeals process in case we make a wrong call,” Twitter added.