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Twitter disputes claim that Donald Trump’s account hacked by researcher who guessed his ‘maga2020!’ password
Twitter is disputing the account of a security researcher in the Netherlands who claimed he accessed US President Trump’s Twitter account – simply by guessing that the password was “maga2020!”
US President Donald Trump wants to revoke Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which dates back to 1996. This law protects freedom of expression on the web and therefore content shared on social media while preserving the platforms' immunity.
Google has long defended itself against charges of monopoly by stressing that its products are free and that no one has to use them.
There’s a no shortage of what US President Donald Trump might call fake news about the coronavirus floating around social media, with plenty of it coming from his own Twitter account. That’s a problem for a growing number of US doctors.
Video snippet sharing sensation TikTok on Oct 21 said it is cracking down on hateful content, banning anti-Semitic stereotypes and white nationalism posts.
Technology giants such as Amazon.com Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google spent millions on lobbying in the third quarter of 2020 as they braced for an eruption of antitrust scrutiny in Washington that saw top executives summoned to testify before Congress.
While social media companies are updating their policies to prohibit content promoting QAnon, adherents of this far-right conspiracy theory are turning to new platforms to promote their controversial ideology.
The US government’s antitrust case against Alphabet Inc’s Google appears strong, but could face an uphill battle from a business-friendly judiciary that may question whether a free search engine beloved by consumers has actually left them worse off, several legal experts said.
The US charged six current and former members of Russia’s military intelligence agency for allegedly carrying out some of the world’s most destructive hacking attacks from 2015 to 2019, including knocking out Ukraine’s power grid and causing almost US$1bil (RM4.14bil) in damage to three American companies.
TikTok rivals like Triller battle for influencers as US ban looms, but some say no other platform compares
Competitors are already taking advantage of TikTok’s impending shutdown to entice its users and creators to switch platforms, the app’s lawyers say. Trump-approved Triller is reportedly dangling equity and official company positions for TikTok stars to tell followers they are switching platforms.