Alex Jones is still on Twitter, despite the fact that he repeatedly violated the platform's rules of conduct. But this is 2018, and Twitter users are ready to protest.
Before we go any further, let's be clear about some terminology: Jones supporters
Belching human smokestack Alex Jones is scrubbing his Twitter accounts of their most overt violations of Twitter's Terms of Service.
On Thursday, CNN published a list of InfoWars and Jones tweets that contained fun content like individual
Twitter's CEO is still going out of his way to appease conservatives and conspiracy theorists.
One day after publicly reaffirming his company's decision not to suspend InfoWars host Alex Jones, Jack Dorsey went on Sean Hannity's radio show to
Twitter just began the hardest part of its cleanup effort.
The company announced Monday that it had selected academic partners who will help study "healthy conversation" as part of its ongoing effort to make Twitter less toxic.
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The New York Times is calling out Twitter and Twitter's CEO has some thoughts.
New York Times journalist Maggie Haberman wrote about why she's taking a break from Twitter on Friday, including a laundry list of reasonable examples explaining why the
Oh boy, this is gonna be fun.
At Thursday at 3 p.m ET, Jack Dorsey announced that action on the announced Twitter purge had begun.
Action on this starts today https://t.co/HSfFE9ReLi
— jack (@jack) July 12, 2018
Just fifteen minutes later,
We're only halfway through 2018, but it already appears to be the year of loudly yelling at the internet every 20 minutes or so.
From insensitive YouTube videos and mortifying viral challenges, to disturbing makeup
It's time to celebrate America. What better way to cheers to the old white men who created America than to honor the middle-aged white men who still control it?
Of course, in America today, some of our politicians don't command much reverence or
Seth Rogen is sick and tired of how Twitter has been dealing with the racists and white supremacists who plague the platform.
The actor called out Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Tuesday in a public tweet.
I’ve been DMing with @jack about his
Executives at Apple, Microsoft, YouTube, Uber, and more tech companies are joining other Americans with a conscience in speaking out against the Trump administration's practice of separating children from their families at the border.
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