Twitter to fund Bluesky platform, YouTube's new harassment policies
This is Cnet and here at the stories that matter right now, with our CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey said the company wants to create an open and decentralized standard for social media.
A move that he said could help the site do a better job of combating abusive and misleading information.
Twitter is funding a team dubbed blue sky that will have up to five architects, engineers and designers.
YouTube says it will intensify harassment policies on its site, including removing videos that insult people based on race, gender or sexual orientation.
Whether the victim is a private figure or famous Personal threats even ones that are implied will be prohibited and video creators with a pattern of harassing behavior could be prevented from making money with their videos.
Finally, CNET has released it's list of the 44 best products of the year, each earning the coveted Editor's Choice Award.
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