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Twitter has announced a new policy that will label tweets that are subject to enforcement action for violating its policies. When tweets violate Twitter's policies, the company can limit the reach of those tweets, meaning they are excluded from areas like search results, trends, and more, but they remain online. Now, Twitter plans to add visible labels on tweets that may have violated its policies to offer more transparency, beginning with tweets that violate its Hateful Conduct policy. The policy applies only at the tweet level, and users whose tweets were labeled will be able to submit feedback. However, Twitter admits it may get things wrong, and the system may rely heavily on automation....