New York Magazine: Twitter’s Attempt to Protect Users From ‘Sensitive’ Profiles Backfires a Little

New York Magazine: Twitter’s Attempt to Protect Users From ‘Sensitive’ Profiles Backfires a Little. “In theory, this isn’t Twitter’s worst move as far as safety features go. It’s still not as bad as those two hours when the company announced it was no longer going to inform users when their handles were added to lists, before quickly realizing that was a nightmare of an idea and reversing it. But it also raises some important questions about how Twitter will decide what content is labeled sensitive, and where the censorship line is drawn.”