Twitter blocks some tweets with a warning about potentially sensitive content. You can also disable this alert on an iPhone or iPad where the option is not usually available. You can also disable sensitive content alerts in your own tweets.
What is "sensitive content"?
Twitter says that this warning symbol stands for "potentially sensitive content". , , like violence or nakedness. "
Twitter is a much more popular social network than Facebook. While Twitter's sensitive media policy prohibits "excessively bloody" media, "media that portray sexual violence" and illegal content, almost everything else is possible.
By default, Twitter restricts these media with a warning such as "This media may contain sensitive material," "This profile may contain sensitive content," or "The following media may contain sensitive content."
If you do not have a Twitter account, you'll need to create an account and log in to change this setting.
How to Skip the Sensitive Content Alert
You disable the sensitive content warning in Twitter's privacy settings. You'll also find these options in the same place in the Android app, but they're not available in the iPhone and iPad Twitter app. However, if you change the setting on the web, Twitter's iPhone and iPad apps will display confidential content without warnings.
To disable the alert, go to the Twitter website and click Menu> Settings and Privacy> . Privacy and Security .
Under Security, select "Show media that can contain sensitive content" to disable the alert for tweets.
 How to See Sensitive Content in Searches
Sensitive content tweets are typically hidden from search queries. You can also activate it.
Go to the Twitter website and click Menu> Settings and Privacy> Content Settings> Search Settings . Uncheck "Hide Confidential Content" here.
How to remove the alert from your own tweets
To prevent Twitter from marking your uploaded media as confidential, select Menu> Settings and privacy> privacy and security. Make sure "Mark media that you tweet as material that may be sensitive" is off.
This option is available on the Internet and in the Android app, but not in the Twitter app for iPhone and iPad.
Please note that Twitter reserves the right to permanently enable this option for your account if you abuse this option and upload sensitive media without identifying it as such. If you can not disable it, that's the reason.
If you do not want to see any confidential content, do not worry about the default setting on Twitter. Just make sure the "Show media that may contain sensitive content" option is disabled and the "Hide confidential content" option is enabled for searches.