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Twitter relaunching subscriber service after debacle

Twitter is once again attempting to launch its premium service, a month after a previous attempt failed. The social media company said on Saturday it...

Elon Musk makes it ‘super clear’ no change to Twitter moderation policies yet

New Twitter owner Elon Musk has made it “super clear” he has not yet made any changes to the social media platform’s content moderation...

Russian court fines TikTok for failing to delete LGBT content

A Russian court has fined TikTok for failing to delete LGBT material, in the country’s latest crackdown on Big Tech companies. The Tagansky District Court...

Trump social media venture unveils forecast of 81 million users by 2026

Donald Trump’s new social media company forecasts it may have 81 million users by 2026. The figure is nearly seven million more people than voted...

Jack Grealish’s girlfriend says she received ‘200 death threats a day’

The girlfriend of Jack Grealish has said she was sent 200 death threats a day as she faced a barrage of abuse on social...

Donald Trump Shuts Down Blog Page After One Month

Former US President Donald Trump shuts down blog page, one month after launch on Wednesday after being banned from most of the main social...

Donald Trump Returns To Social Media By Launching His Channel

Former US President Donald J Trump returns to social media by launching his own communications channel named, From The Desk Of Donald J Trump....

Pakistan lifts ban on TikTok over ‘immoral and indecent content’

Pakistan’s media regulatory agency has reinstated access to the Chinese video service TikTok, after a court banned it weeks ago and urged authorities to...

Australia says Facebook will lift its Australian news ban

Australia’s government announced on Tuesday that Facebook has agreed to lift its ban on Australians sharing news after a deal was struck on legislation...

China blocks Clubhouse app used for political discussion

Chinese authorities have blocked access to Clubhouse, a social media app that allowed users in China to discuss sensitive topics with people abroad including...

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