A ten-point plan for taking the social media platform into new territory.
Some believe Musk’s attentions have been divided since he bought Twitter in 2022.
A key piece of federal law, Section 230, has been credited with fostering the internet and allowing misinformation and hate speech to flourish. Here’s how it could be reformed.
While other social media giants are floundering, this one is doing rather well.
The intersection of content management, misinformation, aggregated data about human behavior and crowdsourcing shows how fragile Twitter is and what would be lost with the platform’s demise.
Nearly 60% of Twitter users want him gone as CEO, but who should take over?
Disabled Twitter users will be cut off from opportunities to tell their stories and collaborate internationally.
The US government regulates many industries, but social media companies don’t neatly fit existing regulatory templates. Systems that deliver energy may be the closest analog.
If Elon Musk’s aggressive management style proves to be successful for Twitter, it could result in other business leaders following suit and turning to unhealthy leadership practices.
Our new paper shows how Indonesian-language disinformation promoting government narratives on special autonomy has swamped Twitter since February 2021.
A wealth of research on social media shows that COVID-19 misinformation is damaging to public health.
Elon Musk has a habit of making up words – but his use of language holds more clues to his ambitions than his tongue-in-cheek tweets may suggest.
Black Twitter has played a significant role in shaping the platform. In the wake of Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover, questions are being asked over the community’s future.
Black Twitter is often the preferred forum for candid and authentic Black-centered discussions on police brutality. Without it, holding police accountable may become even more difficult.
Radical change at Twitter shows how quickly strategies and values can shift in Big Tech. New Zealand needs to be less reliant on overseas solutions for its own digital infrastructure plans.
Elon Musk allowing verification badges to simply be bought by anyone is an example of how powerful and misguided trust in logos can be.
Change management never quite goes according to plan. But it’s hard to figure out if Elon Musk even has a plan.
Over the past 16 years, Twitter has amassed an incredible amount of user-generated data which contains a detailed and extensive record of cultural moments. Musk’s takeover threatens these archives.
With the World Cup under way (bringing in more traffic) and more than 1,000 employees having reportedly resigned, concerns for the platform’s future are warranted.
Elon Musk’s chaotic takeover of Twitter reveals what we like and need from social media.