The experiment will be rolled out in phases to the audiences, making India one of three countries to have access to the feature, alongside Brazil and Japan.
Now, if someone continues to send violating messages, we'll disable their account. We'll also disable new accounts created to get around our messaging restrictions, and will continue to disable accounts we find that are created purely to send abusive messages
The compromised data includes the business users' email addresses, phone numbers and the last four digits of their credit card number.
Facebook was yet to comment on the reasons behind the fresh outage.
Twitter alleged that it has recently learned that the way Mozilla Firefox stores cached data may have resulted in non-public information being inadvertently stored in the browser's cache.
It is similar to the functionality that Facebook added to Messenger back in 2017, which enables users to allocate an emoji response to each specific message
Users who receive direct messages from people they don't follow on the platform will be able to have such missives automatically routed to a secondary folder.
"Our desire is to be a little bit more ambitious about the level of change that we introduce into the product."
The bug ran from May 2017 and within hours of discovering it on September 10, Twitter said it fixed the bug to prevent data from being unintentionally sent to the incorrect developer.
Trump Jr. responded to two of the messages initiated by WikiLeaks, the one sent on September 21, 2016, and then again on October 3, 2016.
DMs from people you do not know will be contained in "Requests" in the new Messages tab inbox in Twitter on iOS, Android and will soon be available on Twitter.com.