Twitter Inc (TWTR) Simplifies Threat Reporting To Authorities

Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) has just announced a new system designed to make it easier for the company’s users to report personal threats made by others to the authorities.

In a post on the official Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) blog, product manager Ethan Avey said that starting today, the company will be implementing a change in their system that simplifies the process of reporting threats that may warrant attention by law enforcement.

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According to Avey, after filing a report on a threatening tweet directed at a user, that user will see an option on the last screen to receive the summary of the report via email.

“Clicking the ‘Email report’ button will send you an email that packages the threatening Tweet and URL along with the responsible Twitter username and URL and a timestamp as well as your account information and the timestamp of your report,” Avey writes.

The information given in the report emailed to the user’s email address can then be used to notify authorities. Since the report gives comprehensive information about the incident, authorities have more to go on while following up on the threat.

The message will also have a link to Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR)’s Law Enforcement Guidelines for more information on how a law enforcement organization can obtain more information about an incident reported to them.

The new Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) system update essentially makes it easier for users to gather pertinent information about a threat for forwarding to law enforcement agencies.

Ken Griffin’s Citadel Investment Group increased its stake in Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) by 879% quarter over quarter by the end of 2014 to about 2.73 million shares.

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