Just as the Presidential election is getting underway, Twitter announced last week that it was changing it's rules for high-profile political figures. Twitter will now label posts from national political figures, political candidates, or government officials with more than 100-thousand followers, include the President, that it would normally take down for violating its rules. So, that means if Twitter decides a Tweet violates its polices, it will require followers to click on a screen that indicates in was flagged, rather than simply taking it down from the site.
Maybe I'm the only one...but I miss the days of 140 characters. It was just more interesting to me. By the way, follow me (cheap plug)...Twitter.com/BrettRadio.