Why Is Everyone Afraid Of Elon Musk Taking Over Twitter?
The early internet era was full of optimism about the future of the technological society. Techno-utopians naively hoped that a society running on the so-called ‘information superhighway’ would be armed with facts, and civic life would evolve past the tired dialectic of partisan politics.
According to the revenue breakdown posted on the Twitter website, Elon Musk earns $1.2 million from his Twitter account.
From the Twitter Files, a story about media, that also sketches the origins of Twitter’s surrender to the intelligence community:
After a measure was enacted on Thursday, Utah has become the first US state to require social media firms to get parental consent for children to use their apps and verify that users are at least 18.
Facebook and Twitter recommendation algorithms could be deactivated under new plans from Russian lawmakers.
In an interview with Stratechery on October 12, Mark Zuckerberg talked about the rise of TikTok and the fall of Facebook, calling it a sort of missed opportunity.
The physicians said that they were suing Twitter for permanently suspending them for posting truthful information about COVID and also failing to provide them with verified badges.
If a bill, sponsored by Assemblymember Buffy Wicks, D-Oakland, passes, Meta threatens to pull news content in California unless it pays publishers. Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, threatened to remove news...
The Irish Data Protection Commission launched an inquiry into Instagram in 2020 for mishandling children’s data, which resulted in Instagram being fined over 400 million euros.