Twitter, Inc. provides online social networking and microblogging service. The Company offers users the ability to follow other users activity, read, and post tweets. Twitter serves customers worldwide.
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Nathan Heller writes that, in a shooting at the YouTube headquarters, gunfire targeted the very platform through which news of the incident spread.
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Adrian Chen examines the case of Nasim Aghdam, the woman who carried out a mass shooting at YouTube’s headquarters, and what it says about tech companies’ efforts to balance content moderation with content monetization.
The company made its filings with the SEC public on Thursday evening. Here are the highlights.
Russia is seizing on the revelation to restate its claim the spy poisoning is being used to "vilify" Moscow.
"Rebuilding trust will a long-term process and will require the commitment of publishers, platforms, and consumers over many years."
The New York Times may be preparing to charge a lot for its primary iPad app, but it looks like they're also willing to provide a limited, free alternative: A New York Times "Editor's Choice" iPad application that will feature a selected portion of the Times' content.
At least that…
"We need to think of our social media posts as tiny little stories that can be self-contained."
As the Dow Jones plunged Feb. 5, not long after President Donald Trump boasted about the stock market gains, a fake Trump tweet surfaced in which he vowed that such a drop in the "Dow Joans" should result in the president being shot out of a cannon into the sun. Though it was a hoax, that didn’t stop the Twitterverse from going nuts over it. At 4:38 p.m. Feb. 15, Shaun Usher, who lives in Manchester, England and author of the Letters of Note website, wrote on Twitter: "There’s *always* a tweet," and then linked to a supposed Trump tweet from ...
The woman appeared to have killed herself, and three other people were shot, police said.
Google is looking to wedge into the TV advertising business by displacing Comcast's ad technology. The company has signed on the likes of CBS and Bloomberg.
Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg has found himself with few defenders in the technology industry.
Several Facebook users who downloaded their data archives have discovered that the platform saved videos they filmed on Facebook but never published on the platform.
"The digital publishing system has the big inconvenience of flattening everything."
An Indonesian cabinet member has threatened to shut down Facebook if there is any evidence the personal data of citizens is being harvested.
As you scroll through posts on Facebook and spot the latest meme or attack on a politician, do you find yourself wondering if it is true? PolitiFact is here to help. To celebrate International Fact-Checking Day, we’re sharing our advice on sorting through the massive amount of news on social media. April 2 is International Fact-Checking Day project of the International Fact-Checking Network, in partnership with fact-checking organizations around the world, including PolitiFact. Make sure to follow @factchecknet and #FactCheckIt on Twitter to take part in the global conversation. Here are eight tips to help you spot fake news. Be ...
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