Twitter CEO Dorsey admits not being clear on company’s goals amid right-wing ban controversies

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey believes he has not been transparent enough about his goals for the company, even as it reviews its policies on disciplining users for violating the platform’s rules. The leader of the social media giant said in an interview that aired on CNN Sunday that the company is “ready to question everything”…

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How Elon Musk’s Twitter Blocking Could Land Him In SEC Trouble

Elon Musk’s tweet Tuesday announcing that he was “considering taking Tesla private” may have been illegal—but not for the reasons many people think. Using Twitter to disclose such crucial market-moving information may seem unorthodox. But the platform has been a bonafide channel for investor communication since 2013, when the Securities and Exchange Commission blessed social…

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Twitter acquires anti-abuse technology provider Smyte

Twitter this morning announced it has agreed to buy San Francisco-based technology company Smyte, which describes itself as “trust and safety as a service.” Founded in 2014 by former Google and Instagram engineers, Smyte offers tools to stop online abuse, harassment, and spam, and protect user accounts. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but this…

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey forced to apologize for eating Chick-fil-A during Pride Month

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey ignited a backlash after eating at Chick-fil-A. Getty Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey ignited a backlash online after revealing that he ate at Chick-fil-A this month. On Saturday, Dorsey posted a photo on Twitter with the caption “Boost @ChickfilA,” showing he had saved 10% on a $31.58 order at the fast-food chain.…

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