Twitter has said it hasn’t agreed to block extremist accounts in Russia, rebutting earlier statements by the country that access was being restricted.
Instead, the San Francisco-based microblogging service said it’s been showing Russian officials how to report illegal content so that it could be withheld in the country, without committing to remove any specific accounts.
Colin Crowell, Twitter’s public policy chief, met with Alexander Zharov, head of Russian communications regulator...
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