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"Coordinating with or compensating others to engage in artificial engagement."
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Twitter tests labels, community moderation for lies by public figures
Targeting misinformation campaigns.
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Twitter says Olympics, IOC accounts hacked
Now temporarily locked.
Feb 17 2020 6:46AM
Twitter says Facebook, Messenger accounts hacked
Compromised accounts locked.
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Twitter notches first US$1 billion quarterly revenue, beating estimates
Amid efforts to make its platform more user-friendly.
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Twitter to label deepfakes and other deceptive media
Ahead of US election.
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Twitter API abused to match of usernames to phone numbers
"Beyond its intended use case."
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Twitter says several NFL teams' accounts hacked
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Twitter discloses Android app flaw that could allow account takeovers
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Thailand's army faces a "hybrid war" against social media moves to rally people in public.
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Twitter plans to build a 'decentralised standard' for social networks
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Bar raised for what amounts to libel online, according to some legal experts.
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Twitter makes global changes to comply with privacy laws
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Former Twitter employee accused of spying for Saudis pleads not guilty
Judge orders release by next week.
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Twitter tightens bans on political ads and causes
Ahead of 2020 US election.
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Twitter takes steps to keep UK election 'healthy and safe'
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Nov 12 2019 6:44AM
Bond stayed for ex-Twitter employee accused of spying for Saudi Arabia
After US prosecutors appealed the decision.
Nov 11 2019 6:55AM
Labor leadership devoid of tech talent: ALP autopsy
Bemoans “lack of digital literacy within Labor’s senior ranks.”
Nov 8 2019 1:26PM
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