Tweeters hoping for an edit button might want to give up now, as the social network’s boss has said “we’ll probably never do it”.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has stood by his company’s decision to run political adverts after Twitter announced it would ban them.
Twitter is banning all political advertising from its service, saying social media companies give advertisers an unfair advantage in proliferating highly targeted, misleading messages.
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has insisted the company is cracking down on abusive content and spotting problem accounts faster.
Attackers will find ways around security measures if the target is “juicy” enough, a senior director from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has warned in the wake of Twitter boss Jack Dorsey’s account being compromised.
Payment company Square is to support refugee entrepreneurs by providing them with equipment to take card payments for their small businesses.
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has revealed that he takes daily ice baths and only eats one meal a day to help him focus on running two companies.
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has admitted that the social network needs to do more to help victims of abusive behaviour online.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has discussed how the ability to edit tweets could work on the platform, after again being asked about introducing the feature.
Mark Zuckerberg once offered Jack Dorsey cold goat that he had killed himself for dinner, the Twitter boss has revealed in an interview.
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey says he did not “intend to diminish” the human rights situation in Burma as he addressed tweets in which he promoted the country as a tourist destination.
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has been criticised after promoting Burma as a tourist destination despite widespread allegations of human rights abuse in the country.
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has spoken about the possibility of adding an edit button to the social network in the future, but only when he is sure that such an option can be done “the right way”.
One might assume that the tech top dogs in Silicon Valley are surrounded by devices, but that doesn’t appear to be the case for Twitter boss Jack Dorsey.
Twitter’s systems unfairly filtered 600,000 accounts including some belonging to members of Congress, chief executive Jack Dorsey has admitted.
Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey is set to face a US congressional panel to answer questions relating to the social network’s algorithms and content monitoring.
Twitter has temporarily banned controversial InfoWars conspiracy theorist Alex Jones from posting on the social network.
An engineer working for Twitter has decided to stop using the social network in protest at recent decisions over free speech on the platform.
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has admitted his suggestion that journalists monitor the site for misinformation was “wrong”.
Twitter is not planning to suspend accounts belonging to InfoWars or its founder, Alex Jones, because it says they have not broken the social network’s rules.
Kim Kardashian West claims she personally lobbied the chief executive of Twitter to introduce an edit button for tweets.
Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey admitted the social media platform has been misused by bad actors as he announced plans for a new scheme to monitor the health of conversations on the service.
Twitter’s chief operating officer Anthony Noto is leaving the social media giant to take on a new role with another company.