When Trump incited his followers to storm the US Capitol, then continued to tweet ominous messages, the resulting risk to public safety created an “extraordinary and untenable circumstance” for the company, according to Jack Dorsey.
The social media giant's decision to suspend US President Donald Trump's Twitter account following the storming of the US Capitol by his supporters has triggered a debate on free speech and monopoly of public discourse.
US Senator Josh Hawley shoots letters to Twitter's Jack Dorsey and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, asking them to testify at Senate sub-committee after social media giants blocked a news story about Democrat Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.
US-based payments company Square, founded by Jack Dorsey, acquires 4,709 Bitcoin, with its officials saying Bitcoin has the potential to be a more "ubiquitous currency" in the future.
The hearing will bring up issues about reforming the Section 230 law of the Communications Decency Act as well as consumer privacy and media consolidation.
US President Trump's threat follows Twitter labelled two of his tweets "unsubstantiated", accusing him of making false claims.
Elliott Management Corp founded by billionaire Paul Singer will be seeking to install its own nominees to Twitter's eight-member board.
Turkey's Communications Director Fahrettin Altun says "TRT World's Twitter account was censored and the international public's right to receive information was violated. As a result of our warnings to the company, this attack was repulsed."
The social media company, co-founded by Dorsey, said the phone number associated with his account was compromised due to a security oversight by the mobile provider.
The US President's meeting with Twitter CEO came hours after Trump complained that he would have more followers "if Twitter wasn't playing their political games."
Social media mogul Jack Dorsey gives new meaning to the phrase 'tone deaf' by going to Myanmar and not even mentioning the Rohingya.
Jack Dorsey stirs anger as picture of him holding a poster, referring to highest Hindu caste, goes viral. In India, centuries-old hierarchy splits Hindus into classes starting with Brahmins and ending with Dalits, formerly called "untouchables."
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