“We strongly condemn anti-Semitism and hateful behavior has absolutely no place in our service,” the spokesman said in a statement. “Our Hateful Conduct Policy prohibits a wide range of behaviors, including references to violent events or types of violence in which protected categories were the main victims, or attempts to deny or mitigate such events. We have also put in place a solid policy of “glorifying violence” and addressing content that glorifies or praises historical acts of violence and genocide, including the Holocaust. “
According to Twitter, it uses a human rights framework to guide its political decisions. The framework includes topics such as reducing hate behavior, protecting human dignity and promoting tolerance and respect. The company claims to be working with a number of partners to combat anti-Semitic behavior on the platform, including NGOs, the Jewish community, governments and civil society partners.