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The move comes days after release of a report by nonprofit Global Project Against Hate and Extremism saying propaganda pushed by white supremacist network Generation Identity is 'rampant' on Twitter and YouTube
A Twitter job posting says the company is looking for a senior software engineer to lead payment and subscription work as part of a new 'Gryphon' team
Ang comments section ay tuntungan din ng mga tao upang magpahayag ng kanilang ideya na dati’y eksklusibo lang sa mga letter-to-the-editor section ng pahayagan
'With the stakes so high, and the punishments so severe, it is great news to see big tech companies like WhatsApp pushing back in favor of democracy and freedom of expression,' says digital rights group ProPrivacy
One of the bill's most controversial articles will require social media platforms to make supposedly confidential messages available to the judiciary for 3 months, including the identity of senders
The phrase 'white power' is considered synonymous with a call for white supremacism. The phrase has been espoused by neo-Nazis, skinheads, and Ku Klux Klan members.
(UPDATED) Here's a list of some of the major advertisers which have paused spending on ads on Facebook or other social media platforms
Unilever, whose brands also include Dove soap, Magnum ice cream, Lipton tea, and Knorr, is a major advertiser on social media in the United States
The new, aggressive stand by Twitter on rule-breaking by the president stands in contrast with Facebook, which has maintained a largely hands-off policy
Tapping on a 'wavelength' icon will lead to a record button to speak tweets which will be posted as audio files to be clicked on. The feature will first come to iOS devices
Four Republican senators introduce a bill that would revise 'Section 230' legal protection mechanism that shields online services from liabilities arising from content posted by users
Lea expresses her frustration with unspecified events in the Philippines
'We must fiercely protest attacks on the press. They are attacks on democracy,' says former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton
'Governments should not impinge on the fundamental values of a free press,' says Twitter
'What was it like to wait 5 days for a bus? What happened in between? What was she thinking? How did she feel?'
Twitter says it had dismantled 'state-linked' networks run by a 'highly engaged core' of 23,750 accounts and boosted by a further 150,000 'amplifier' accounts
By far the biggest network uncovered was linked to China, Twitter says, comprised of a 'highly engaged core' of 23,750 accounts that was boosted by a further 150,000 'amplifier' accounts
Twitter says it would be testing the feature on its Android application 'to help promote informed discussion'
The European Commission's top official on countering disinformation praises Twitter for tagging two claims made by Trump last month about postal ballots in US elections
Twitter confirms a screenshot showing the work on a revamped system, but does not give further details on a date for a public launch
'If we only limit ourselves to half the conversation, the revolution will only be half-finished'
Trump's account can be suspended if he doesn't start behaving according to the platform's content policies. The US president's account is now under the same review process as Twitter has for all other verified public figures.
Best use of fandom influence!
'Mark is wrong, and I will endeavor in the loudest possible way to change his mind,' tweets Ryan Freitas, the design director of Facebook's News Feed
Twitter says it is 'actively investigating' the #dcblackout hashtag, and has 'suspended hundreds of spammy accounts' under its platform manipulation policy
The tit-for-tat marks a new escalation in the row between Twitter and Donald Trump, who has more than 80 million followers and uses tweets daily to announce policies, attack opponents, and comment on breaking news
Both the hackers of PLDT and the company itself should consider what they've done to get to this point
(3rd UPDATE) Twitter says it is placing a 'public interest notice' on a Trump message about protests in Minneapolis over the death of an unarmed black man at the hands of the police
While hackers could have hypothetically grabbed data from PLDT's support Twitter account, the company says there's no record of customer data being downloaded from it
(UPDATED) If enforced, the action would upend decades of precedent and treat internet platforms as 'publishers' potentially liable for user-generated content
(3rd UPDATE) PLDT says it's recovered the PLDT_Cares Twitter account
(UPDATED) 'Republicans feel that Social Media Platforms totally silence conservatives voices. We will strongly regulate, or close them down, before we can ever allow this to happen,' Donald Trump says in a tweet.
Trump tweets a conspiracy theory accusing one of his media critics of murder, prompting an agonized letter from the victim's wife and calls for the company to block the Republican leader's 'vicious lie'
(UPDATED) PART 2 | EXCLUSIVE: Child sexual abuse has gone from the obscurity of the dark web into free and widely-used social media platforms
Twitter's in-testing feature will allow users to choose who can reply to a tweet. You can choose to allow everyone to reply, only have people you follow reply, or only people you mention reply
(UPDATED) PART 1 | EXCLUSIVE: Victims are left helpless while their private videos are spread online and sold by anonymous Twitter accounts patronized by thousands of followers
'If we can leverage this Twitter University right, it can be a great platform to learn from amazing professors, scientists, and experts for free; receive accurate information in an instant, and voice our concerns'
Twitter says it will continue its telework policy indefinitely as part of a move towards a decentralized, 'distributed workforce'
'Warning labels' will be added for misleading statements or assertions that have been confirmed to be false or inaccurate by public health authorities
Just like in the United States, the Philippine government’s act of blocking citizens from its social media accounts violate fundamental rights
(UPDATED) In its quarterly update on Thursday, April 30, Twitter posts an $8 million loss while revenues edged up 3% to $808 million and its user base increased 24%
'Public conversation can help the world learn faster, solve problems better and realize we're all in this together,' Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says
What in the world is happening?
(UPDATED) Twitter says the accounts violate its policies against platform manipulation and spamming
As of posting, the Twitter account with the handle @iamethylgabison is no longer accessible
The contribution is about 28% of his overall personal wealth
Twitter removes thousands of accounts in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Honduras, Indonesia, and Serbia which allegedly took direction from governments or pushed pro-government content
Twitter says it had recently expanded its global rules on managing content that contradicted public health information from official sources and could put people at greater risk of transmitting the coronavirus
The Department of Transportation takes down its post which thanks the coronavirus, apologizing to the public over the post that was supposed to 'provide an enlightening and awakening narrative into this pandemic'
Gamit ang hashtag na #DionaTweet, mag-tweet ng diona – katutubong tulang may 3 linya, na ang bawat linyang magkakatugma ay may 7 pantig – tungkol sa coronavirus, quarantine, at lockdown