Twitter Takes Down Blackburn’s Campaign ad Video

Republican Representative, Marsha Blackburn’s campaign announcement ad has been shut down by Twitter due to a queer statement that the abortion rights opponent made on the grand sale of fetal tissues used for clinical studies. The announcement ad video was taken down from Twitter on Monday. Blackburn, who is campaigning for the open seat at…

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Lawmakers Push Twitter To Combat ‘Racism And Bigotry’

A number of the U.S. lawmakers sometime back launched attacks on Twitter .They were pushing the tech firm to dig dipper into how Russians might have used the platform to influence the 2016 presidential election. D-Missouri, Emanuel Cleaver and Watson Coleman recently wrote a letter addressing it to Jack Dorsey who happens to be Twitter’s…

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Twitter, Facebook and Google To Testify Before Congress

Executives of social media firms such as Twitter and Facebook as well as Google’s have been requested by congressmen to testify concerning the issue of Russian involvement in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The executives were already scheduled to appear before the Intelligence Committee of the U.S. Senate which is also conducting investigation over the…

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Twitter’s Useful Tools That People Know Little About

Twitter has been through a series of difficult times since its establishment. However, those are not enough to take away the fact that it still remains one of the most important social platforms globally. Some people visit the platform hoping to put up with the current affairs globally whereas another group will use the platform…

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