I thought this was an interesting topic to share because as our dependence on technology becomes more advanced, our priority for our security becomes imperative. Whether it’s through Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or any other social media site, now more than ever there are more ways in which we can have confidential information taken from us and used in ways that can be harmful.
Twitter making this announcement is important for its brand particularly because it touches on the subject of trying to prevent nudity at all on twitter. This is twitter essentially digging into the topic of whether or not the material posted is owned by the person or the person who is in the photo, and in this instance by default the company is siding with the latter. In my opinion, I think this is only fair, especially if the content relates to very personal matters.
I personally think this is something Twitter needed to crack down on, particularly because social media giant Instagram has made it a big point to crack down on this sort of activity in the past. Instagram reserves the right to delete any content that they deem to be in violation of their censorship code of conduct. Things like this make the app more user friendly, which in turn leads to more users and thus revenue.