The upcoming G7 meet that includes foreign and security ministers will also question tech companies on disinformation campaigns.
“Our Twitter Sewa is a hit among the masses through which they are not only expressing their grievances but also pointing on our flaws…”, Director General of Police, OP Singh said.
A global outage had affected Twitter, which has now been fixed. Users are facing difficulties on the app, as the website is also out of access.
Twitter revealed that the company has removed, banned nearly 1.2 million account for terrorism promotion on the social network since 2015.
Twitter has introduced Timestamps, a new feature that will let users Tweet a specific start time for a live video.
In a statement, Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley said Zuckerberg has been invited to discuss the company’s past and future policies regarding the protection and monitoring of consumer data.
Twitter Inc is joining Facebook and Google in banning advertisements for initial coin offerings and token sales on its social-media platform.
Micro-blogging site Twitter has lost its chief informatoin security officer Michael Coates, who leaves as the platform is clouded by allegations of fake news and unverified activities.
Twitter will follow Google and Facebook in banning ads related to crytpocurrency and Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), which will be affected in two weeks.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s Twitter profile seems to have undergone a makeover, with his earlier “@OfficeofRG” being changed to “@RahulGandhi”. He’s uploaded a new picture as well!
Many US senators believe that the CEOs of social media platforms Facebook, Google and Twitter should testify before Congress, and explain how news spread around the 2016 elections.
Micro-blogging platform Twitter is looking to work on ads, by introducing a feature that could work like its Moments feature, and help sponsor events or brands.
The study shows that false news is 70 per cent more likely to be retweeted compared to true news.
Twitter’s blue tick is currently limited to accounts “maintained by users in music, acting, fashion, government, politics, religion, journalism, media, sports, business, and other key interest areas”.