Which social media platforms are most likely to troll you?
Recode has launched a new tool that lets users determine which social media sites they trust most.
Users can also check out which sites appear on the most social-media platforms, and what social media trolls are most active on those platforms.
Recode’s new tool, called The Social Media Troll Index, will also let users view a list of “social media profiles” that have the most followers, favorites, and mentions.
The tool is also meant to help users figure out which platforms they are most vulnerable to social media trolling, which is the practice of manipulating a website’s posts or comments with misleading information.
The social media troll index, which was created by a team at Google and Facebook, also includes a link to the most popular troll accounts on Facebook and Twitter.
While the tool isn’t entirely accurate, it’s a useful tool for understanding how social media handles the abuse of free speech.
It’s a reminder that social media can be a dangerous place to be.
Twitter’s crackdown on abuse of its platform in recent months has caused some users to leave the platform.
A recent report from TechCrunch says that the social media platform now reports about 20% of abusive accounts, up from around 5% last year.
But there are still plenty of ways for trolls to use social media to spread hate.
A report from Vox found that some Twitter users were tweeting hate messages in the guise of news articles and other media that were reposted from other news sources, with a common tactic being to create fake accounts that look like real people to spread the message.
Facebook has also seen a lot of abuse of the platform this year, with multiple incidents in which users attempted to use fake accounts to spread content.
Recoding’s new site is designed to help people figure out whether they’re vulnerable to being the next target of trolls.
The site is not an endorsement of any social media account.
Recodes technology has also been used by many tech companies to create their own tools that could help them track down trolls.
For instance, Facebook has built a tool called Trending Topics that uses the social-news feed to create an index of trending topics.
It also uses the index to track user activity in certain news feeds.
Google recently started using its own data to help it find hate and misinformation on social media.
In December, the company said it was working on a tool that would help users identify “trolls” in its data.
It says it is using the tool to help improve its algorithms.
The tech giant has also started working with social media firms to create tools to identify social-troll profiles.
Facebook is already using a tool to detect trolls on its platform.
Recoded’s new website is just the latest in a series of tools that have sprung up in recent years.
The New York Times has also built tools to help tech companies identify trolls on their platforms, while Twitter recently launched an app that will help users flag trolls on Twitter and other social media feeds.
Tech companies have also used tools to track and block abusive content.
In 2016, the New York State Attorney General filed a complaint against Twitter and Facebook after several companies that use their platforms to promote hate and racism began sharing anti-Semitic content on their platform.
In 2015, the Department of Justice launched an investigation into the platforms after it learned of hundreds of instances of harassment and hate speech.