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Twitter Says Labels, Warnings Slowed Spread of False Election Claims

Twitter Says Labels, Warnings Slowed Spread of False Election Claims

Twitter Inc. plans to continue its policy of labeling what it deems misleading information, despite persistent criticism from President Trump and othe

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Twitter Inc. plans to continue its policy of labeling what it deems misleading information, despite persistent criticism from President Trump and other conservatives that it silences their commentary on the election.

In a blog post Thursday, Twitter said it had labeled approximately 300,000 tweets for content that was disputed and potentially…

This post first appeared on wsj.com

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