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Today we're sharing more about how our Platform Manipulation and Spam Policy applies to groups coordinating to cause harm.
That includes “coordinating with or compensating others to engage in artificial engagement or amplification, even if the people involved use only one account,” according to Twitter.
So, you want them to be aligned, but not tightly coordinated.
In some jurisdictions, several nearby fires have been grouped into larger “complexes” to coordinate firefighting efforts.
There are also lots of different operations that need to be coordinated.
It’s not insurmountable by any means, but it needs to be coordinated.
That includes taking down posts, groups and accounts that engage in “coordinated inauthentic behavior” and strengthening verification procedures for political ads.
Its subscription software helps workers communicate and coordinate projects, avoiding long chains of email.
Childs worked closely with Roberts to coordinate what colors should be established in a scene and often makes sketches for the visual effects team to convey what he wants.
The EPA swore in its first director on December 4 and would go on to coordinate federal efforts to protect the environment.

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