The tweet-sharing service, owned by Facebook, is a platform that helps people share photos and videos online.
However, the service has been under fire for allowing content to be shared without the user’s consent.
On Wednesday, Facebook announced that it will make it harder for people to post content without their consent.
The company says it will block people who share content without the permission of the content owner, and will also require users to pay to have the content removed.
The decision comes as more people are becoming aware of how Twitter handles user-generated content, including videos, GIFs and music.
According to a Pew Research Center survey conducted in July, 48 percent of U.S. adults reported sharing videos and 51 percent reported sharing music on Twitter.
Twitter also announced that users will now be able to mute people they dislike on their accounts.
Previously, people were allowed to mute themselves.
The changes were part of a broader push by Twitter to curb abuse.
Twitter also said it would introduce “zero-tolerance” policies that will apply to abuse in a variety of ways.
Twitter has not disclosed the number of people affected by the changes.