Twitter is standing by its earlier decision to keep up a series of graphic anti-Muslim videos retweeted by President Trump earlier this week — though it’s attempting to reframe its reason for doing so. CEO Jack Dorsey took to the site to retract an earlier statement that Twitter support had left the videos live due to their being “newsworthy for public interest,” a… Read More
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey was recently asked about an alleged killer who preyed on vulnerable people using Twitter, and how the company is working to prevent such tragedies in the future. Last month, a man was arrested in Japan on suspicion of murdering nine people. Show More Summary
On October 27th, The Gateway Pundit asked our readers a question: Will Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey dox WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange? According to a newly published piece by The Atlantic, the answer is YES. Despite overwhelming evidence...Show More Summary
"The system is broken." That's how Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey described the current verification system in the wake of the social media service adding the coveted blue checkmark to Jason Kessler. Twitter's tone-deaf decision to acknowledge...Show More Summary
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey asked to provide evidence of Russia's use of fake Twitter accounts in order to influence British politics. Parliament's 'Fake News' inquiry turns its attention to Russia's suspected use of Twitter bots. Recent...Show More Summary
Online lending startup SoFi, a fintech success story worth billions, withdrew its application for a bank license last month after a sexual harassment scandal prompted the departure of cofounder Mike Cagney, then CEO. But payments company...Show More Summary
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey; Alphabet CEO Larry Page; and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg “need to answer for this.” For the second day in a row, executives from Facebook, Google, and Twitter faced intense scrutiny on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers...Show More Summary
Square got its start helping sole proprietors accept credit cards. Now, the payments company is thinking bigger—in more ways than one. Today CEO Jack Dorsey unveiled a product called Square Register, an integrated point-of-sale system that has been in development for over two years. Show More Summary
The editor of RT tweeted at CEO Jack Dorsey telling him not to "forget" his company's pitch to them last April when he goes before a Congressional committee. [ more › ]
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is the latest victim of Russia’s propaganda “troll farms.” According to The Daily Beast, Dorsey retweeted two post from by the account @Crystal1Johnson that claimed to be a black woman but has since been revealed an account made by the Russian Internet...
Even Jack Dorsey fell for Moscow’s propaganda, it appears. He retweeted messages from an account identified by an independent Russian news agency as Kremlin-created.
Twitter prides itself on being "what's happening," but unfortunately for the company's users, what's frequently happening is unchecked harassment. CEO Jack Dorsey apparently has plans to change all that, and today put forth a roadmap for curbing abuse on the social media platform. In an Oct. Show More Summary
Twitter responded quickly to a tweetstorm late last week by CEO Jack Dorsey regarding the social network's efforts to keep its users safe. 1/ We see voices being silenced on Twitter every day. We've been working to counteract this for the past 2 years. -- jack (@jack) October 14, 2017 Erin Griffith of Wired obtained...
We now have some specifics on the new rules that Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey promised on Friday to curb abuse, harassment, and hate speech on the social media platform. Wired obtained an email outlining the new policies that Twitter sent to its Trust and Safety Council, a group of academics and advocates, on Tuesday night. Show More Summary
CEO Jack Dorsey is promising a wave of new policies and actions aimed at doing a lot more to protect its users
MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) — Twitter vowed to crack down further on hate speech and sexual harassment, days after CEO Jack Dorsey said in a tweet-storm that the company was "still" not doing enough to protect its users. The policy changes...Show More Summary
Twitter, a platform infested with trolls, hate and abuse, can be one of the worst places on the Internet. As a followup to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s tweetstorm last week, in which he promised to crack down on hate and abuse by implementing...Show More Summary
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted on Friday that the company's minimalist approach to moderation was not working, saying the site is committed to taking a "more aggressive stance in our rules and how to enforce them" in the wake of numerous high-profile public relations nightmares. More »
CEO Jack Dorsey responds to the #WomenBoycottTwitter protest with a string of tweets saying the company is changing policies around how it vets content.
Responding to the protest over actress Rose McGowan being banned from the service, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has pledged once again to clean-up his service from abuse and threats. In a series of tweets, Dorsey said the issue would be dealt with as soon as the coming week. "We see voices being silenced on Twitter every day. Show More Summary