Twitter warns users that Hunter Biden story in New York Post may be 'unsafe'

Twitter warns users that Hunter Biden story in New York Post may be 'unsafe'


Twitter users who click on a link to a New York Post story involving Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, were redirected on Wednesday to a webpage labeling the hyperlink of the Post’s story as “unsafe.”

“Warning: this link may be unsafe,” reads the message from Twitter. “The link you are trying to access has been identified by Twitter or our partners as being potentially spammy or unsafe, in accordance with Twitter’s URL Policy.”

Content that violates Twitter’s URL policy includes, “violent or misleading content that could lead to real-world harm,” spammy links that mislead users, malicious links that could harm devices or steal information, and other categories of content that may violate other Twitter rules.

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The story that Twitter branded unsafe includes an email published by the New York Post that casts doubt upon the Democratic presidential nominee’s repeated claims that he did not have knowledge of his son’s business dealings in places such as

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