After getting an unsolicited dick pic, this woman punked her harasser with a genius fake app

Dick pics. Nobody craves them. Most girls get them. A 2017 YouGov survey found that 53% of millennial brides said that they have received a dick pic at some site in their lives. Of the millennial women who received dick…

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Nicki Minaj and Meek Mills War of Words Just Got Very Ugly

Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill began an explosive social media fight on Wednesday, trading the complaints of malicious behaviour and misuse. The two dissolved their dreamy liaison in 2017, but have transactions barbs since. Now, nonetheless, it emerges the situation…

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Russias push back against big tech has major consequences for Apple

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Iowa Misinformation Spreads Online, Despite New Policies

Since 2016, social media places including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have vowed to crack down on misinformation related to elections. Monday, they faced their first big-hearted exam, when retarded was the outcome of the Iowa Democratic caucus gave rise to…

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Twitter suspends notorious UK hate preacher for violating abuse rules

Twitter strengthened it has temporarily suspended the note of controversial right-wing commentator Katie Hopkins. The move was reported earlier by the BBC. Hopkins, a former MailOnline columnist and presenter on LBC radio, is a veteran of the social media programme,…

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NY Post Reporters Identity Hijacked to Spread Pro-Iran Propaganda

Twitter suspended on Wednesday an accounting impersonating a New York Post reporter after it sent out a series of fake stories spouting out pro-Iranian regime publicity and affecting antagonists of the Islamic Republic. The account was also linked through retweets…

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Indias ruling party accused of running deceptive Twitter campaign to gain support for a controversial law

Bharatiya Janata Party, the verdict party in India, has been accused of running a highly fraudulent Twitter campaign to trick citizens into supporting a contentious law. First, some background: The Indian government delivered the Citizenship Amendment Act( CAA) last-place month…

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Trumpworlds Wild Hunt: Who Liked a Chelsea Clinton Tweet?

On the evening of July 10, 2017, staffers at the U.S. delegation in Brussels–the official office for the envoy to the European Union–received an bizarre announce from the seventh floor of the State Department back in Washington. The agency of…

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Ten years of Black Twitter: a merciless watchdog for problematic behavior

From Black Lives Matter to #OscarsSoWhite, the decade would not have been the same without pitch-black articulations on social media There is power in numerals. No internet subsection displayed this information better than Black Twitter, which touched nearly every sphere…

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Twitter is bringing back Election Labels to identify 2020 US election candidates

With exactly less than a year until U.S. Election Day, Twitter is generating back its Election Labels, which provide information about political nominees — including which office they’re running for and their government and quarter crowd. The labels will too…

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