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Elon Musk the Twitter celebrity vs. Elon Musk the boss

Leaked transcript: Inside Elon Musk’s first meeting with Twitter employees

What you need to know about Elon Musk’s big meeting with Twitter employees

Florida’s social media free speech law has been blocked for likely violating free speech laws

Social media platforms still can’t stop mass shooting videos from going viral

Trump says he’s done with Twitter. That’s hard to believe.

Elon and the Twitter quitters

Even Elon Musk doesn’t know what he means by free speech

Elon Musk is buying Twitter. Now what?

There are good reasons why Elon wants Twitter

Is Elon Musk really going to buy Twitter for $43 billion?

Elon Musk is no free speech messiah

Russia continues its online censorship spree by blocking Instagram

Big Tech’s Russia problem

Does banning extremists online work? It depends.

Twitter is again losing Jack Dorsey, its multitasking, wizard-bearded visionary

How Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are handling the Taliban

A new bill would hold Facebook responsible for Covid-19 vaccine misinformation

Racist trolls attacked England’s soccer team. Fans fought back.

Trump’s lawsuits against Big Tech are just another fundraising tool

Trump’s lawsuits against Facebook, Twitter, and Google will probably go nowhere

Trump is nowhere to be found on the Twitter clone his former spokesperson launched

Got the same name as a serial killer? Google might think you’re the same person.

Twitter is finally verifying people again

Here’s just how much people have stopped talking about Trump on Facebook and Twitter

Twitter makes all of its money from ads. It’s trying to change that.

How the Indian government is silencing its critics

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The rise of the horny, x-rated, gay Twitter alts

Exhibitionism lives on Twitter, if you know where to find it.

If Mark Zuckerberg won’t fix Facebook’s algorithms problem, who will?

At least one member of Congress thinks we need a government agency to regulate social media companies

Substack writers are mad at Substack. The problem is money and who’s making it.

The teenager behind last year’s big celebrity Twitter hack is going to prison

Twitter is tweaking its approach to vaccine misinformation

Coming soon to Twitter: Tweets you have to pay for

How neo-Nazis used the internet to instigate a right-wing extremist crisis

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is banned from Twitter

How will Trump handle life without Twitter and Facebook? Ask Alex Jones.

Facebook and Twitter made special world leader rules for Trump. What happens now?

Why the best referees for Twitter and Facebook may be the people who work there

How the Capitol riot revived calls to reform Section 230

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