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Twitter reportedly won’t use an algorithm to crack down on white supremacists because some GOP politicians could end up getting barred too
Twitter used an algorithm to crack down on ISIS-related tweets, but an employee said an algorithm targeting white supremacists could bar GOP figures.
Joe Biden announced on Thursday that he's running for president. From the get-go, people were struck by one thing: his terribly designed logo.
A California teen didn’t have a date for prom, so her grandfather stepped in — and their matching outfits have gone viral
It was a total surprise, which left Kaylah Bell feeling "blessed" and "loved."
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wants Facebook, Google, and Twitter to help slow the spread of violent content online
Ardern said she and French President Emmanuel Macron would host a summit next month to encourage leaders to curb extremist content online.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Trump met behind closed doors to discuss social media ahead of the 2020 election
Trump tweeted out a picture from the meeting, showing Dorsey and other Twitter executives in the Oval Office.
Nurses are outraged by a state senator who said they ‘probably play cards for a considerable amount of the day’
Sen. Maureen Walsh, a Republican from Washington, has sparked outrage in the nursing community. She has since apologized for her comments.
In two tweets on Tuesday morning, President Donald Trump went after Twitter over what he said were discriminatory practices.
Twitter is still losing users at a rapid clip, with average monthly users for the quarter at 330 million, a decrease of 6 million year on year.
Byte, the successor to wildly popular Vine, has sent out beta invites but now it’s up against $75 billion TikTok
A co-founder of wildly popular video-sharing app Vine is back with a new venture, Byte.
JCPenney has removed Apple Pay support from its stores and app without giving a reason, and customers are furious
"No Apple Pay = no business from me. I will be shopping elsewhere," one JCPenney customer said.