Apparently abiding by that old adage “see something, say something” is one step too far for good ol’ Jack.
Twitter has announced a blanket ban on all political and issue-based advertising across its site,
The “Chuckling Squad” hacking group has been connected to a number of high-profile Twitter account takeovers in recent weeks.
While the ruling may sound unfair, it actually opens a variety of options for users to seek redress.
Twitter has somehow made itself worse than it already was.
The question is not at all hypothetical.
Not great, Jack!
The company is considering a tool for people to explain or expand on their old tweets.
Dorsey carried out a Twitter-based Q&A with Recode co-founder and New York Times contributor Kara Swisher.
This certainly appears to be a step in the right direction.
CEO Jack Dorsey and his team have some ideas for making the social network a “healthier place” for “quality” discussion and you’re probably not going to like them.
As large swathes of the Twitter userbase were asking Dorsey to de-platform Nazis, Dorsey allegedly felt the need to re-platform one.
Thanks for helping us keep the conversation going, Jack. You’ve built a great platform filled with fantastic people.
Gizmodo has identified several prominent far-right accounts now buried by Twitter’s search feature.