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In an effort to combat misinformation on the platform, X has implemented a new policy.
According to Elon Musk, owner of the social media company, any posts on X that contain misinformation and are corrected by the platform’s fact-checking system will now be “ineligible for revenue share”.
This change is aimed at promoting accuracy over sensationalism.
The Community Notes feature, introduced by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey in 2021, allows eligible users to contribute short notes of context to debunk misleading tweets.
Users can sign up for Community Notes if they have not recently violated platform rules and have been on the platform for at least 6 months.
Other users can rate the helpfulness of these notes, with the most helpful notes surfacing to the top.
Earlier this year, Twitter/X started paying creators on the platform through a revenue-sharing program.
However, since Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter, the platform has faced criticism for its handling of misinformation.
The European Union has raised concerns about Twitter’s response to problematic content during the conflict in Israel and Gaza.
The EU has opened an investigation into X, while the company claims to have removed Hamas-linked accounts in response to these concerns.
This article was updated 1 month ago