That's exactly what I, along with a vast population of users on Twitter felt this week when Twitter permanently banned Milo Yiannopoulos (@Nero) the notorious troll and poster-boy of the alt-right movement who helped organize the targeted harassment ...
“If we meet these expectations, and we will, Twitter will become the first thing everyone in the world checks to start their day and the first thing people turn to when they want to share ideas, commentary or simply what's happening,” Mr Dorsey said on ...
Twitter lit up Friday night with allegations that it tried to suppress news that secret-leaking website Wikileaks exposed thousands of emails obtained from the servers of the Democratic National Committee.
The former secretary of state and presumptive Democratic nominee for president of the United States took to Twitter late Friday to announce that she's picked Tim Kaine, a US senator from Virginia, as her running mate.
Twitter's media team has seen quite a bit of turnover recently, and now the company's quest to restructure its media operations has led to another departure: Kirstine Stewart, who was in charge of North American media partnerships, is out.
Earlier this week, conservative gay Breitbart editor and well-known internet troll Milo Yiannapoulos had his Twitter account permanently suspended after he encouraged fans to engage in a campaign of harassment against Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones.
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