Jack Dorsey calls Twitter's response to Meghan McCain photo 'unacceptable'
Well, Meghan McCain's husband complained a lot on Twitter over the weekend, because of a doctored image of Meghan McCain, it was put up on Twitter.
And then it seemed like it took forever for that to come down.
Is there not some way that people can, I understand there are algorithms, I understand that you have to have checks and balances, Really it shouldn't take hours for something [UNKNOWN] To be addressed.
Absolutely, and that was unacceptable.
And we don't wanna use our scale as an excuse here.
We need to do two things.
Number one, we can't place the burden On the victims.
And that means we need to build technology so that we are not waiting for reports.
We're actively looking for instances.
While we do have reports and while we do, while we are making those changes in building that technology, we need to do a better job at prioritizing.
Especially any sort of violent or threatening information.
In this particular case, this was an image and we just didn't apply the image filter to recognize what was going on in real time.
So we did take way too many hours to act.
And we are using that as a lesson in order to help improve our systems.
And I'm sure you have, but just for the record, have you apologized to the McCain family?
I haven't personally, but I will.
I think you just did.
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