X, formerly Twitter, announced that should not be posted with incorrect information that has been edited by other users from the written community, in order to influence sensationalist content on the platform.
The company sent out Social Notices at the end of last year with the aim of combating misinformation in the social network and add details to the information that may lead to fraud. These notes are made public if there are enough participants with different points of view that they are useful.
Now, the owner of the social network, Elon Musk, has announced that he has introduced “a little change” in the income of the developers, since posts edited by Community Notes “are no longer eligible for revenue sharing.”
This is what he told her the tycoon in one of the announcements of X, where he noted that “the idea is to motivate the truth over the imagination” of the platform.
That is, posts that are edited by contributors from the Community Guide for including false or fraudulent information, they will not be eligible to receive any further income.
However, Musk also explained that An attempt to turn Community Tools into “a weapon to demonetize people” would be “obvious” behavior which can be identified, since, as explained, all the rules and information “is open source.”
With all this, the owner of X continues to take measures to combat the spread of sensationalist information, as well as not to publish false information on the platform.
In mid-October he also implemented new rules for Social Notices which, from now on, must include proof to have more options for posting leave the platform.
Users of the evidence of X will make false information about the war in the Middle East
Verified users of .
Each account that has a blue card indicates that it has an active participation in the X Blue service and that it meets the necessary requirements established by the company.
There must be activity within 30 days before the time of registration and there must be no content that has signs of fraud. or “of participating in platform management and spam,” according to the company’s Help Desk.
This contrasts with the recent findings of NewsGuard, which was decided after a recent review An analysis of users of the platform revealed 74 percent of all fake news about the conflict between Israel and the terrorist group Hamas.
The company has warned, first of all, that X Premium customers have the option to hide the check mark, so it is possible that your analysis “does not count the minimum”, because some users have decided not to leave the badge.
The cybersecurity company suggested that, in October, made an analysis of 250 posts with the highest participation on the platform during the first week of the war in Gaza, that is, from October 7 to 14 this year. In particular, the organization has used false fingerprints, which extract and record important false information published online.