Identity Management: Twitter's Policy on Synthetic and Manipulated Media
Palattao, Kenneth A.D. Jr.
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Opening ParagraphWith the introduction of the internet to the public in the mid-1990's, society gained access to humanity's immense library of knowledge and information from the comfort and safety of home. Alongside the rapid advancements of the "World Wide Web" and consumer computing, organizations, small-businesses, and citizens alike utilized the power of the internet to disseminate information to a global audience. What soon followed was the development of social media organizations and companies that sought to provide instantaneous, safe, and free dissemination of information between individuals and organizations. As a result of the daily advancements in technology and constantly changing political and social norms, social media users are in a constant state of worry regarding the safety of their personal information and the messages broadcasted to them via other individuals and organizations.