Twitter has laid out a timeline for its plan to reduce abuse, harassment, and bad behavior on the platform. CEO Jack Dorsey recently said the social network understands more needs to be done and now it's explaining how changes will be implemented. You can find the timeline on its Safety Calendar.
One of the first major changes is coming November 3. By that time, Twitter will begin suspending accounts from "organizations that use violence to advance their cause." That means organizations will have a harder time existing on the platform even if their violations of good behavior are only offline.
Twitter will also crack down on hate symbols and people will be prevented from signing up with hateful names on November 2.