Dozen workers from Twitter's Trust and Safety Team have been fired as part of its firing spree

Dozen workers from Twitter’s Trust and Safety Team have been fired as part of its firing spree

At least a dozen Twitter workers were fired on Friday from its Dublin and Singapore offices

Twitter made more staff reductions in its Dublin and Singapore offices last week. The fired employees were part of Twitter’s trust and safety team, which is responsible for global content moderation.

Additionally, people working in teams responsible for misinformation policies, global appeals, and state media were fired.

Twitter’s 3700 employee firing spree affected at least a dozen people, according to estimates.

The incident affected both higher and lower level employees. According to Bloomberg, Twitter’s senior director of revenue policy, Analuisa Dominguez, and the head of site integrity for the Asia-Pacific region, Nur Azhar Bin Ayob, were also affected.

Ella Irwin, Twitter’s vice president of trust and safety, confirmed Friday’s firings.

According to Irwin, Trust and Safety has thousands of people working in content moderation, and the teams that accomplish this work on a daily basis have not been cut.

In November, Twitter’s new CEO Elon Musk fired around 3700 employees, while hundreds resigned.

A massive employee cut has also pushed Twitter into a lawsuit alleging that it disproportionately fired female employees.

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