The company will also open up the application process to allow more people working in academia, civil society and journalism to join the Twitter Moderation Research Consortium, which Twitter launched earlier this year in a pilot mode to gain access to the dataset.
Twitter has shared data sets with researchers about coordinated efforts by foreign governments to support information manipulation on Twitter.
company Say It now plans to share information about other areas of content moderation, such as tweets flagged as potentially misleading.
Earlier this week, Twitter announced an expansion of the way it recommends posts from accounts users don’t follow. Twitter looks forward to building tools for users to control and provide feedback on this content.
For the extension, Twitter is testing an “X” tool that can be used to remove suggested tweets that users don’t want to see on their timelines.
Twitter rival Meta Platforms also disclosed in July that it plans to double the percentage of recommended content that populates its users on Facebook and Instagram by the end of 2023.