Twitter has released a new version of its usage and privacy laws to better suit users' nature. It has shortened the rules in small sentences rather than long ones, which are difficult to find out.
The laws of Twitter are about 600 words instead of 2,500, and each of them has written about 280 characters, which is the number of characters that represent the maximum limit of the normal tweet on the network, and the company clarifies the prohibitions and permissions on the network in each item.
In the new update to the law page, the company divided the laws into three sections: privacy, security, and laws that lead to a sound usage environment, which makes access to any section or item very easy. The company also provided a comprehensive page steps for each item in case the user wants to know more details about it.
The newly reworded rules can be found at: twitter.com/rules
We’ve listed the tweet-sized rules below, without any of their qualifying clutter: