Elon Musk allowing verification badges to simply be bought by anyone is an example of how powerful and misguided trust in logos can be.
While Musk’s first steps as Twitter owner don’t inspire confidence, the platform continues to retain its original content moderation policies (for now).
The more than 26,000 tweets posted during Trump’s presidency are now a matter of public record. They’ve been archived and could be used against him in the future.
According to Bot Sentinel, #coronavirus and #COVID19 are among the top hashtags being used by Twitter bot accounts.
Twitter’s proposed policy would result in the prolific spread of fabricated, but highly realistic images and videos. This could allow widespread misinformation on the platform.
Twitter is trialing 280-character tweet limits - but will it help its flawed business model?
ABC News has quietly moved into third place in the domestic online news market and had a piece that went unexpectedly viral in Korea.
Local news is as important to communities as clean air, but the failing business model of traditional journalism has left the local news industry in rapid decline.
Australian Twitter users largely ignored news from Syria, North Korea and other trouble spots in June, focussing instead on domestic politics.