The social media site makes the call after its CEO Jack Dorsey's account was hacked.
Using a SIM swap attack, hackers compromise the Twitter CEO's account and post racist and sexist remarks.
The social media platform wants to make clear what's allowed and what's not.
The conversation focused on the decision to leave up a tweet that's led to a flood of threats against the Muslim congresswoman, The Washington Post reports.
Dorsey has declined any compensation or benefits for the past three years.
Host Ben Greenfield had previously tweeted that "vaccines do indeed cause autism."
The social network -- a "chaotic hellpit" in one observer's phrase -- still has a lot of work to do.
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In an interview through tweets, Dorsey talks about tech responsibility, Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Cheez-Its.
Commentary: The Twitter CEO's live-tweeted #karajack interview was like a regular interview, but with EVERYONE! YELLING! AT! ONCE!
A Canadian blogger clashes with Twitter over tweets such as "How are transwomen not men?" Twitter calls the claims in the lawsuit "meritless."
CEO Jack Dorsey is making good on his promises to fix harassment, bullying and misuse.
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