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After Elon Musk, along with the official Twitter Verified account, announced on Mar. 23 that the social media company would set a deadline of Apr. 1 for verified users to apply and keep their status, The New York Times has lost its blue check badge.
According to guidance issued to staffers via an email obtained by Axios, the White House refused to pay $8 for Twitter Blue verification.
According to former employees, indicted Chinese exile Guo Wengui controls the Gettr social media site and uses it to promote cryptocurrencies and propaganda.
According to legal filings, billionaire Elon Musk is seeking information on the person responsible for the Twitter source code being leaked online.
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.
Social media platform Instagram has turned into a marketplace for influencers — and its cofounder Kevin Systrom is not happy about it.
The central government argued before the Karnataka high court on Thursday that the US-based microblogging platform Twitter Inc. is not entitled to protection under Article 19 of the Constitution, which only grants freedom of speech and expression to Indian citizens and organisations, not to foreigners.
In a Facebook ad, a woman with a face identical to actor Emma Watson’s face smiles coyly and bends down in front of the camera, appearing to initiate a sexual act. But the woman isn’t Watson, the “Harry Potter” star. The ad was part of a massive campaign this week for a deepfake app, which allows users to swap any face into any video of their choosing.
According to Russia’s Investigative Committee Russian social media star Valeria Chekalina and her husband Artyom are facing jail in a $4 million tax probe.