Six months after he bought the company for $44 billion, Elon Musk acknowledges mistakes in running the social media platform, such as labelling BBC's account as "government-funded media".
Twitter CEO Elon Musk targeted the New York Times in a series of tweets after the US newspaper said it would not pay Twitter for verification of its institutional accounts.
Ex-US president Donald Trump writes his first posts on Facebook while YouTube lifts curbs on his channel, following a more than two-year suspension after deadly Capitol Hill riot on January 6, 2021.
Billionaire businessman has promised to abide by the results of his online poll asking whether he should step down as head of the social media platform.
Self-proclaimed free speech warrior Elon Musk’s more unfettered version of Twitter could collide with new European rules, as officials warn the company must comply with its laws targeting toxic content.
Twitter suspends Kanye West's account again, just two months after the rapper's account was reinstated, as his tweets violated the social media platform's rules.
European Union spokesperson tells TRT World that the bloc has identified a "slowdown" in Twitter's compliance with EU law, warning Musk must follow its new rules to continue services in Europe.
In a flurry of tweets, Twitter's new owner has claimed Apple is threatening to remove the social platform from its App Store and defended his policy vision as a safeguard for free speech.
Used by politicians, activists and journalists to share news and opinion, Twitter itself has become the headline as new owner Elon Musk attempts to overhaul the social media platform, often with chaotic results.
Musk orders employees to email him a summary of what their software code has "achieved" in the past six months, "along with up to 10 screenshots of the most salient lines of code."
Hundreds of Twitter employees are estimated to be leaving the beleaguered social media company following an ultimatum from new owner Elon Musk that staffers sign up for "long hours at high intensity," or quit.
Billionaire reportedly tells social media employees he could not rule out bankruptcy, two weeks after buying it for $44 billion — a deal that credit experts say has left Twitter's finances in a precarious position.
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