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Twitter removes more than 182,000 accounts for spreading wrong information

Twitter has removed more than 182,000 accounts that were involved in propaganda targeting political movements and dissidents. The company has suspended these accounts, mainly operating from China, due to various violations of Twitter's manipulation policies. Moreover, some accounts...

Facebook says ads revenue is weakening due to COVID-19 outbreak

Facebook said it had seen its ads business weakening with the outbreak of COVID-19 coronavirus, which accounts for nearly all of its revenue, despite more people are using its social platforms during the lockdown. The services which...

Twitter introduces Fleets, Snapchat like self-deleting Stories

Twitter, joining the fray of social media sites, is now testing its impression of Stories in Brazil. The company dubbed Snapchat stories like feature to "Fleets," allowing users to post temporary content on their Twitter accounts which...

Chroma Labs has officially joined Twitter. Is Twitter coming up with its own Stories?

Chroma Labs has officially announced that the company is shutting down its business immediately, and the team is joining Twitter.  Kayvon Beykpour, the product lead at Twitter, confirmed the news of acquisition in his tweet saying Chroma Labs...

Facebook and Twitter refused to take down edited Nancy Pelosi video posted by Donald Trump

President Donald Trump posted an edited video of Nancy Pelosi on social media to show that Pelosi, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, tears up his State of the Union speech repeatedly.  Nancy Pelosi appears to...

Twitter’s Jack Dorsey will spend 3 to 6 months of 2020 in Africa

In his recent tweet Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and the financial services provider company Square, who was in Africa has expressed his nostalgia by saying he is sad about leaving Africa, and he will be back...

Former Twitter employees caught spying for Saudi Arabia

Two former workers of Twitter have been charged for obtaining personal account information on the behalf of the government in Saudi Arabia, reported by Washington Post. Most of the users were critics of the Saudi Arabian regime.

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VMWare acquiring network security firm Lastline

VMware, a well known American publicly traded software company, has announced its intent to acquire Lastline, an anti-malware cybersecurity company, for research...