Twitter is adding a label to tweets that break its rules but are still considered to be in the public interest, namely from elected officials or those running for office. The company mentioned in March it was considering such a policy, and now it’s enacting the measure effective immediately.

You’ll need to click through a warning to see the flagged tweets. It reads, “The Twitter rules about abusive behavior apply to this tweet. However, Twitter has determined it may be in the public’s interest for the tweet to remain available.”

You’ll only see the label, which won’t be applied retroactively, on tweets from accounts that are verified and have at least 100,000 followers.

Perhaps most importantly, they need to be linked to a government official, someone running for office or a person who’s being considered for a government position (for instance, someone who’s awaiting confirmation or has been named a successor to an appointed role).

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