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Jack Dorsey says Twitter’s ‘left-leaning’ bias doesn’t affect content decisions

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is still trying to convince conservatives that his service treats them fairly. Speaking to CNN’s Brian Stelter in an interview that aired Saturday, Twitter’s top executive again reiterated that the social media company does not make content decisions on the basis of political views, even though Twitter itself has a “more...CONTINUE READING
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How to completely delete Facebook from your life

Buh-bye, Facebook. It’s been real.  So you’ve had it with endless scrolling through the News Feed, notifications that wake you up in the middle of the night, memories that remind you how little your life has changed over the years, and groups that are just too big and you don’t even know why you joined...CONTINUE READING
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Twitter’s relationship with third-party apps is messy — but it’s not over

It’s a day that some of Twitter’s most high-profile developers have dreaded, though it’s one they’ve long-known was coming: Twitter is finally shutting off some of the developer tools that popular apps like Tweetbot and Twitterific have heavily relied on. With the change, many third-party Twitter apps will lose some functionality, like the ability to...CONTINUE READING
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Instagram is investigating hacked accounts, promises new 2FA features

Instagram says it is “aware that some people are having difficulty accessing their Instagram accounts” and that it is investigating the “issue” that’s caused hundreds of users to lose access to their accounts. The blog post comes one day after Mashable reported that hundreds of accounts have been hacked in recent days. SEE ALSO: Instagram...CONTINUE READING
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Instagram users are reporting the same bizarre hack

Krista, an Instagram user with more than 4,500 followers on her fitness account, noticed something strange on Saturday evening: she had been logged out of her account.  When she tried to log back in, she got a message that her username didn’t exist. She soon realized her handle and photo had both been changed, as...CONTINUE READING
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Facebook will make accounts with a ‘large audience’ verify their location

Facebook will soon make some of its most influential accounts verify that they are who they say they are. New rules will require Facebook pages with a “large audience” to verify their location or else they will be barred from publishing new posts, the company announced Friday. SEE ALSO: Facebook’s top security exec urges company...CONTINUE READING
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How new fathers use private online groups to make sense of their roles

A lawyer in Bermuda became internet-famous for dancing ballet alongside his two-year-old daughter, comforting her stage fright by being there and doing the dance moves right with her. He knew the part because he had practiced ballet with his children before – and said it was just a normal part of fathering daughters. That isn’t...CONTINUE READING
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Twitter CEO explains alleged ‘shadow bans’ — again

Twitter’s CEO is still going out of his way to appease conservatives and conspiracy theorists. One day after publicly reaffirming his company’s decision not to suspend InfoWars host Alex Jones, Jack Dorsey went on Sean Hannity’s radio show to reassure conservatives that Twitter does not “shadow ban” people for their political beliefs.  SEE ALSO: Twitter...CONTINUE READING
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Twitter is basically OK with harassment, just don’t @ anyone

Twitter will let you harass whomever you want as long as you don’t tag or @-mention them. That’s essentially how Twitter explained its decision not to ban Alex Jones from its platform Tuesday after Facebook, Apple, Google, Spotify and others banned Jones for violating policies against hate speech and harassment. SEE ALSO: How the dominoes...CONTINUE READING
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