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Twitter now lets users leave conversations

Despite the ongoing drama surrounding Elon Musk’s proposed takeover of the struggling Silicon Valley-based social media platform, the product development team there have not stopped improving the product. The platform now allows users that find...

Twitter: let the battle for ownership commence

Elon Musk has seemingly been an advocate for what we call 'logical libertarianism' for quite some years now. A belief system that leans heavily towards personal freedom and less red tape, but unlike pure libertarians...

More platform players reject Russian aggression, stop sales there

Game publishers such as Epic Games, Ubisoft, Take-Two and Activision-Blizzard are joining the boycott of Russia by pausing the sale of games in the country. As the pressure from economic sanctions against Russia increases, companies...

Instagram utilizes AI in captions to make videos more accessible

Meta Platforms-owned Instagram has introduced automatic captions to videos in an ongoing effort to make content on its platform more accessible. Starting today, automatic captions will be turned on by default, though users can still...

Meta says Ukraine’s military, politicians targeted in hacking campaign

Meta has said a hacking group used Facebook to target a handful of public figures in Ukraine, including prominent military officials, politicians and a journalist, amid Russia's ongoing invasion of the country. Meta Platforms said...

Facebook letting users in Ukraine lock their social profiles for security

Meta Platforms Inc, which owns Facebook, has set up a special operations centre to monitor the conflict in Ukraine, and it launched a feature so users in the country can lock their social media...

Twitter says it mistakenly took down accounts posting on Russian military

Twitter has said it had mistakenly suspended around a dozen accounts that were posting about Russian military movements, and said the action was not due to a coordinated bot campaign or mass reporting of...

Spotify’s Joe Rogan saga spotlights podcast moderation challenges

At an ad industry conference in New York this month, one of the key architects of Spotify's podcasting strategy outlined what she saw as the biggest challenge facing platforms: how to moderate content. Chief Content...

Trump’s Truth Social tops downloads on Apple App Store; many waitlisted

Former President Donald J Trump's new social media venture, Truth Social, has now launched in Apple's App Store, potentially marking the former president's return to social media after he was banned from several platforms...

US lawmakers introduce bipartisan bill to address social media addiction

US Senators Amy Klobuchar, a Democrat, and Cynthia Lummis, a Republican, introduced a bill aimed at addressing addiction to social media platforms like Meta Platform's Facebook or Twitter. A Facebook whistleblower, Frances Haugen, made a...

Twitter misses ad revenue and user growth estimates; revenue forecast light

Twitter Inc reported weaker-than-expected quarterly advertising revenue and user growth and forecast revenue short of Wall Street targets, indicating that its turnaround plan has yet to bear fruit. Still, the social networking site said it...

Facebook should tighten doxxing rules, says its oversight board

Facebook owner Meta Platforms should not allow users to share people's private residential information on its platforms even when the information is publicly available, the company's oversight board said in its first policy advisory...