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Twitter users notice a growing number of what appear to be fake Indian accounts telling people to call a number supporting the Citizenship Amendment Act in exchange for free Netflix accounts or chats with lonely women
The platform says some 88,000 accounts being blocked were linked to Saudi state-backed 'information operations'
WASHINGTON, USA – Twitter said Friday, December 21, it had suspended thousands of accounts linked to a
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The two are followed by Kisses Delavin and Alden Richards
CEO Jack Dorsey announces he would fund an independent team of five architects, engineers, and designers – dubbed Bluesky – to develop an 'open and decentralized standard for social media'
Workers who have to be on duty share funny tweets and memes about their situation while others give words of encouragement and some safety reminders
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If you want to keep your Twitter account that you haven't logged in to for the past 6 months, you'll need to sign back in before December 11, 2019
The call comes after the Iranian government imposed a near-total Internet blackout amid violent protests
White House spokesperson Stephanie Grisham says John Bolton simply didn't know how to use the platform
Users are now able to 'hide' tweeted replies that could be seen as abusive or harassing
Twitter accuses Britain's Conservatives of misleading the public by rebranding themselves as fact-checkers during a live television debate
LeBron James and the Lakers are online kings as their early games generate 5 million total views and 3.9 million total viewers on NBA Philippines Facebook
'Ads that educate, raise awareness, and/or call for people to take action in connection with civic engagement, economic growth, environmental stewardship, or social equity causes are allowed,' Twitter says in its new policy.
Twitter wants your feedback on how it should treat synthetic or manipulated media – photos, audios, and videos 'significantly altered or fabricated in a way that intends to mislead people or changes its original meaning'
The new 'Topics' option is expected to be available to Twitter users on mobile devices powered by Android or Apple software or through web browsers by November 13
Two Saudis and 1 US citizen allegedly worked together on behalf of Riyadh to unmask ownership details behind dissident Twitter accounts, the US Justice Department says
Chief executive Jack Dorsey says the new policy, details of which will be unveiled next month and enforced from November 22, would ban ads on political issues as well as from candidates
A new world order is emerging where a social media platform like Facebook is king. And who checks Facebook? No one.
Twitter says revenue was hit by 'bugs' on the platform which made it harder to deliver targeted advertising to mobile users
Filipino fans can now catch blockbuster NBA games online for free
Twitter says it reserves the right to take 'enforcement action' on offending tweets, including those with threats of violence or the posting of private information
Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms decide to allow politicians including President Donald Trump extra leeway to their rules, seeking to avoid stifling political debate and leaving 'newsworthy' content online
'When you provided an email address or phone number for safety or security purposes this data may have inadvertently been used for advertising purposes,' Twitter says
On Twitter, people express their appreciation for the app-enabled transportation service
The United States embassy apologizes in a tweet, saying the posting had been 'liked by accident'
HKMap is used by Hong Kongers to map locations and points of interest, such as road or railway closures, as well as locations where police activity is occurring
(3rd UPDATE) A cause for the downtime has not yet been revealed
The direct message filter is rolling out to everyone on iOS, Android, and the Web
Gutoc says her account was last accessed in Pasay City
The information release is part of the company's push to improve understanding of how its platform is used by state actors to manipulate public opinion
'Don't mess with perfection!' Fans of 'The Princess Bride' are furious at the proposal of remaking the 1980s cult classic
'Improving election security and countering information operations are complex challenges that no organization can solve alone,' says Facebook's Nathaniel Gleicher
'We're temporarily turning off the ability to Tweet via SMS, or text message, to protect people's accounts,' Twitter's support team writes on the platform
The senator believes the suspension is due to 'malicious reporting'
Dorsey is a victim of the 'SIM swap' fraud which lets fraudsters trick a mobile carrier into transferring a number, potentially causing a big security hole
Tweets containing racial slurs and suggestions about a bomb appear on the @jack account of Twitter's founder before being deleted after about 30 minutes
The 4chan post called for members of the /pol board to pose as Jews to spread propaganda and disinformation. They would also accuse people correcting them of being anti-Semites.
(3rd UPDATE) The tech giants announce they had suspended nearly 1,000 active accounts linked to the campaign. Twitter says it shut down about 200,000 more before they could inflict any damage.
'We are basically rewriting the entire conversation service,' Twitter product team leader Kayvon Beykpour says
The revamp comes as the San Francisco-based company seeks to ramp up engagement while managing abusive content
The report is based on a survey of 2,388 US adults who use Twitter and gave Pew permission to review their personal public-facing accounts between December 2018 and July 2019
'We were down... and now slowly coming back up. Sorry! Grateful for our operations and engineering teams for getting us flying again,' Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey writes
Twitter says it will require hateful tweets targeting specific religious groups to be removed, though accounts tweeting such content before the new rules were in place will not be suspended
Canan Kaftancioglu, who heads the Republican People's Party (CHP)'s Istanbul branch, is accused of 'insulting' President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Turkish state in tweets posted between 2012 and 2017
'In the past, we've allowed certain tweets that violated our rules to remain on Twitter because they were in the public's interest, but it wasn't clear when and how we made those determinations,' the company says