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Twitter has lost half of its top 100 advertisers since Musk has taken over, according to Media Matters for America.
This is the third fine Ireland's slapped onto the tech giant in 2022 alone over privacy concerns, totaling nearly $700 million combined.
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STORY: Elon Musk is saying that Twitter's new user signups are at an "all-time high," as he continues to struggle with the site's mass exodus of advertisers...... and users fleeing to other platforms over concerns of verification and hate speech.In posts to his own Twitter account, the chief executive said signups had averaged over two million per day in the seven days to November 16 - up 66% compared to the same week a year ago.He also said the site could have over a billion monthly users in 12 to 18 months.Hate speech impressions decreased as of November 13 compared to October 2021, he says, and active user minutes - the amount of time people interact with Twitter - were also at a record high.Musk has previously said that Twitter is experiencing a "massive drop in revenue" from the advertiser pullouts, which he blames on activist groups. Hundreds of employees are also believed to have quit, in addition to his laying off of half the company in November.Musk's latest comments come days after the company announced the impending roll out of verified gold and grey check marks for governments and companies.
(Reuters) -Elon Musk accused Apple Inc of threatening to block Twitter Inc from its app store without saying why in a series of tweets on Monday that also said the iPhone maker had stopped advertising on the social media platform. The billionaire CEO of Twitter and Tesla said Apple was pressuring Twitter over content moderation demands. The action, unconfirmed by Apple, would not be unusual as the company has routinely enforced its rules and previously removed apps such as Gab and Parler.
Not only did he claim Apple has “mostly stopped” its advertising on Twitter, but he reiterated his criticism of Apple's 'internet tax'.
Elon Musk accused Apple Inc of threatening to block Twitter Inc from its app store without saying why in a series of tweets on Monday that also said the iPhone maker had stopped advertising on the social media platform. The billionaire CEO of Twitter and Tesla said Apple was pressuring Twitter over content moderation demands. The action, unconfirmed by Apple, would not be unusual as the company has routinely enforced its rules and previously removed apps such as Gab and Parler.
The George Washington Mount Vernon Estate has been unable to definitively trace the actual origin of the quote.
Elon Musk, the mega-billionaire who is the new owner of Twitter, on Monday posted a meme with a fake headline attributed to CNN that makes it look like CNN anchor Don Lemon had asserted that Musk’s rollback of restrictions on types of content allowed on Twitter would “threaten free speech.” Musk — without any indication […]
Irish regulator has fined Meta almost a billion euros and still has 13 outstanding inquiries
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The crypto community takes the search for the disgraced FTX founder into their own hands.
Twitter has shown a lack of transparency in the fight against misinformation, France's regulator in charge of digital communications Arcom said on Monday, as the social media platform faced heightened scrutiny following steep job cuts. In a third yearly report on "the fight against the manipulation of information," Arcom pointed to Twitter's "very loose transparency regarding data" on the matter, adding that the company had provided "imprecise" details on how its automated tools worked.
Clark Peoples, Columbia University student and TikTok influencer, completely stunted on everyone her age in one single vlog detailing her expenses for one week: $16,000. Did I nearly pass out seeing that number? Yes, that is about five times my monthly budget. According to her essay in Business Insider, her pockets are deep from the six figures she makes content creating full-time.
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Established in 2020 in the midst of the pandemic, Gank is a relatively new platform where creators can accept donations, manage memberships and sell merchandise to their fanbase.
The ex "Baywatch" actress, 54, posed in her bedroom while wearing a strappy red bra with matching bottoms for a "Cyber Monday" snap shared on social media.
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