On 4, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo admitted in a memo that вЂњwe suck at working with punishment. februaryвЂќ FacebookвЂ™s sometimes-controversial вЂњreal namesвЂќ policy is in component an effort to control punishment on the website, while the social-media behemoth employs legions of low-paid screeners to filter posts that are offensive.
It is unsurprising that FetLife, a much smaller company than Twitter and Twitter, does not have the manpower and innovation to confront and cope with the a lot more complicated truth of offline punishment experienced by its people. a extra challenge is the fact that FetLife users rarely utilize their genuine names, if not show their faces in profile photos, as a result of the danger with their day-to-day life if their still-marginalized intimate methods had been exposed.
But before any one of their more high priced efforts, Twitter and Facebook permitted users to phone down other people for bullying, slurs and death threats.