Filed Under: “Twitter”

European regulator delivers ‘reality check’ to Elon Musk after Twitter purchase

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Top official reminds world’s richest person that his new Twitter toy still must comply with content moderation laws


Twitter study finds social platform favors right-leaning content over left-leaning content

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Contrary to the GOP victim narrative, Twitter’s own research shows that right-wing content gets amplified more on its platform


Former Trump administration tried to use federal ad spending to retaliate against fact-checking

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Trump planned to leverage more than $117 million worth of government online advertising to stop platforms from fact-checking or otherwise moderating his speech


Trump’s blog failure reminds us of the power of platforms, and their owners’ responsibilities

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The ex-president’s rudimentary blog was a total failure, and provided a larger lesson in media.


The Department of Justice sued an imaginary cow, but it’s no laughing matter

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Conspiracy-promoting congressman Devin Nunes appears to have enlisted the federal government to help him discover the identities of people ridiculing him on the internet


 

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