Make Twitter Labels visible in JSON payload
Twitter has launched some labels for Tweets that contain misleading information. For example, under those suspicious tweets, a label named as "Get the facts about.." will show up. However, these labels are not visible in the current json file. These labels are actually pretty interesting and valuable features because we can study the impact of it on the cascade of the misleading information, which will contribute to the current information cascading literature.
I see many good points here in making Twitter posts safe and accurate but I’ve seen NOTHING about improving Twitter’s system of erroneous account limitation/suspension when users referencie actual news articles published by national media on Twitter, individuals using satire that is neither misinformation or harmful, proper understanding of context within a Tweet, etc. Twitter must improve the ways it determines alleged violations and provide timely reinstatement when the user has provided proper proof. It would also benefit both Twitter and the user if the nature of the user’s past Tweets were taken into account before incorrectly labeling and limiting productive user.