Twitter finds more Russian spooks with pro-Trump accounts
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Twitter finds 200 Russian accounts dedicated to Trump

Twitter says it found some 200 accounts linked to the same Russian groups that bought $100,000 worth of ads on Facebook.

Sexbots invade Twitter
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More than 90,000 strong botnet


Twitter’s security team has purged nearly 90,000 fake accounts after outside researchers discovered a massive botnet peddling links to fake “dating” and “romance” services.

Trump not allowed to block Twitter users
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Slamming the president is protected “free speech”


The US’s first orange president Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump has been told that he can’t block people who disagree with him on Twitter.

Twitter sues Trump goverment
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Twit on Twit action

Twitter has launched a lawsuit against the Trump administration, after the Department of Homeland Security tried to use its powers to find out who was daring to post negative things about Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump.

Twitter is toast
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22 December 2016

Twitter is toast


Analysts finally start speaking like Fudzilla


It has taken a while, but we are finally getting analysts to describe situations in the way we do. Trip Chowdhry, the managing director of equity research at Global Equities Research shocked the market when he described Twitter as being "toast".

Microsoft will not build a Muslim registry
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Not worth the bad PR


Software king of the world, Microsoft,  has ruled itself out of the running for building an electronic register of US Muslims.

Big tech would build a Muslim register
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No one remembers IBM, including IBM

It seems that the top tech companies have learnt nothing from the experience of IBM during the 1930s and are happy to help build Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump’s Muslim database.

Twitter considers selling Vine
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As it considers acquisition itself


A week and a half ago, Twitter announced that it would be shutting down its short-form video compilation service Vine, keeping the website and video archive available but disabling mobile app functionality for its users over the next couple months.

Why did Istanbul's Internet get the works?
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That’s nobody’s business but the Turks


Much of the internet appears to have gone down in Turkey and it is widely believed that the government is doing the throttling.

Twitter will have sorted out who will own it by October 27
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Lightning negotiations

Social notworking site Twitter has told potential acquirers it wants to have finished sales negotiations by the time it reports third-quarter earnings on 27 October.