Die Nazi-Schweine von Twitter haben wieder zugeschlagen

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Ich bin ein sehr friedlicher und freundlicher Mensch. Bei Nazis allerdings mache ich eine Ausnahme.

Immer und immer wieder werden bei Twitter Accounts gesperrt wegen angeblich automatisierten Verhaltens. Bots von Porno-Spammern jedoch werden trotz tausender Beschwerden nicht gesperrt. Ebenso werden Accounts von Berufsverbrechern nicht gesperrt, obwohl bekannt ist, daß die am Tod von Kranken mindestens mitschuld sind.

Wer sich auf diese Weise mit Verbrechern gemein macht wie Twitter es tut, der kann nicht erwarten, mit Glacee-Handschuhen angefaßt zu werden.

Auf höfliche Anfragen, alleine von mir waren es HUNDERTE in den letzten Jahren, hat Twitter noch nie reagiert. Twitter ist institutionalisierte Gewalt.

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Der Screenshot von heute, 17.5.2018:

    https://twitter.com/account/access?lang=en

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    Your account has been locked.

    LMHI 2016 org
    @LHMI2016org

    What happened?
    Your account appears to have exhibited automated behavior that violates the Twitter Rules. To unlock your account, please complete the steps below and confirm that you are the valid account owner.
    What you can do:
    To unlock your account, you must do the following:

    Pass a Google reCAPTCHA challenge
    Verify your phone number

    When you tap ‘Start’, Google may collect and use information about you, your device, and browser. View Google’s Privacy Policy.
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Die irische Zeitung “The Independent” hat vor 2 Tagen vor neuen Machenschaften von Twitter gewarnt:

    https://www.independent.ie/business/technology/news/twitter-to-start-hiding-comments-from-suspected-trolls-in-conversations-36909901.html

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    Twitter to start hiding comments from suspected ‘trolls’ in conversations

    The company says it will deploy a screen saying “show more replies” in front of responses that its systems adjudicate as vexatious, cynical or calculated to offend

    Adrian Weckler
    May 15 2018 5:00 PM

    Twitter is to start hiding comments from suspected ‘trolls’ in communal conversations and debates, even though such comments may not violate its terms of service.

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Der Aufbau von “1984” hat Namen: Twitter, Facebook, Disqus, …

Der Zeitungsartikel befaßt sich mit diesem Statement von Twitter’s Oberster Heeresleitung, Abteilung “Geistige Gesundheit”.

    https://blog.twitter.com/official/en_us/topics/product/2018/Serving_Healthy_Conversation.html

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    Serving Healthy Conversation

    By Del Harvey and David Gasca
    Tuesday, 15 May 2018

    In March, we introduced our new approach to improve the health of the public conversation on Twitter. One important issue we’ve been working to address is what some might refer to as “trolls.” Some troll-like behavior is fun, good and humorous. What we’re talking about today are troll-like behaviors that distort and detract from the public conversation on Twitter, particularly in communal areas like conversations and search. Some of these accounts and Tweets violate our policies, and, in those cases, we take action on them. Others don’t but are behaving in ways that distort the conversation.

    To put this in context, less than 1% of accounts make up the majority of accounts reported for abuse, but a lot of what’s reported does not violate our rules. While still a small overall number, these accounts have a disproportionately large – and negative – impact on people’s experience on Twitter. The challenge for us has been: how can we proactively address these disruptive behaviors that do not violate our policies but negatively impact the health of the conversation?

    A New Approach

    Today, we use policies, human review processes, and machine learning to help us determine how Tweets are organized and presented in communal places like conversations and search. Now, we’re tackling issues of behaviors that distort and detract from the public conversation in those areas by integrating new behavioral signals into how Tweets are presented. By using new tools to address this conduct from a behavioral perspective, we’re able to improve the health of the conversation, and everyone’s experience on Twitter, without waiting for people who use Twitter to report potential issues to us.

    There are many new signals we’re taking in, most of which are not visible externally. Just a few examples include if an account has not confirmed their email address, if the same person signs up for multiple accounts simultaneously, accounts that repeatedly Tweet and mention accounts that don’t follow them, or behavior that might indicate a coordinated attack. We’re also looking at how accounts are connected to those that violate our rules and how they interact with each other.

    These signals will now be considered in how we organize and present content in communal areas like conversation and search. Because this content doesn’t violate our policies, it will remain on Twitter, and will be available if you click on “Show more replies” or choose to see everything in your search setting. The result is that people contributing to the healthy conversation will be more visible in conversations and search.

    Results

    In our early testing in markets around the world, we’ve already seen this new approach have a positive impact, resulting in a 4% drop in abuse reports from search and 8% fewer abuse reports from conversations. That means fewer people are seeing Tweets that disrupt their experience on Twitter.

    Our work is far from done. This is only one part of our work to improve the health of the conversation and to make everyone’s Twitter experience better. This technology and our team will learn over time and will make mistakes. There will be false positives and things that we miss; our goal is to learn fast and make our processes and tools smarter. We’ll continue to be open and honest about the mistakes we make and the progress we are making. We’re encouraged by the results we’ve seen so far, but also recognize that this is just one step on a much longer journey to improve the overall health of our service and your experience on it.

    @delbius
    Del Harvey
    ?VP, Trust and Safety, Twitter

    @gasca
    David Gasca
    ?Director, Product Management, Health

    Only on Twitter
    @TwitterSafety?
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Dieser Satz, er wird vom “Independent” erwähnt, zeigt die Dreistigkeit des Vorgehens der Twitter-Manipulation:

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    how can we proactively address these disruptive behaviors that do not violate our policies but negatively impact the health of the conversation?
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Obwohl die Äußerungen der User NICHT gegen die “offiziellen” Regeln von Twitter verstoßen, werden diese User mundtot gemacht, indem ihre Tweets gezielt unsichtbar gemacht werden. Wie? Indem sie anderen Usern selektiv nicht gezeigt werden. So einfach ist das.

Diese Methode ist ganz und gar nicht neu, auch wenn das Twitter-Statement vom 15.5.2018 diesen Eindruck erwecken soll, sondern SEIT LANGEM IM EINSATZ. Bei meinen sehr gründlichen Tests habe ich dies überaus deutlich bemerken können. Unter anderem wird nach Wörtern gefiltert: Beim Auftauchen gewisser Wörter werden die User mundtot gemacht. Die Reaktionen des Zensur-Systems erfolgen SEHR schnell und sind sofort bemerkbar.

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Twitter ist organisierte Manipulation – und als solche organisierte Kriminalität. Der Umfang ist so groß, daß Twitter eine sehr ernste Gefahr für die politische Lage in nicht wenigen Ländern ist.

Ich habe absolut nichts gegen große Organisationen. Ich habe auch absolut nichts gegen solche Versammlungsplätze wie Twitter. Wenn jedoch die Struktur dieser Organisationen vorsätzlich Informationen fälscht oder unterschlägt, oder sich sogar erdreistet, Menschen in voller Absicht und gezielt “kaltzustellen”, sind diese Organisationen wegen dieses Terrorismus sofort zu beseitigen.

Twitter muß zerschlagen werden.

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Post Title: Die Nazi-Schweine von Twitter haben wieder zugeschlagen
Author: Putnam Groove
Posted: 17th May 2018
Filed As: Medienfaschismus, tief unterhalb der mentalen Nulllinie...
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