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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!”
For months, Bui Van Thuan, a chemistry teacher turned crusading blogger in Vietnam, published one scathing Facebook post after another on a land dispute between villagers and the communist government.
(Reuters) - Manchester City's Raheem Sterling said social media companies have the technology to tackle online abuse but questioned whether they have the will to do so.
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.
NEW YORK: Wall Street's three major averages closed lower on Wednesday after a volatile trading session, as investors worried whether difficult negotiations in Washington would produce a deal for a fresh U.S. coronavirus stimulus package.
Adobe Inc debuted a software tool to help media creators prove their images are real, the latest move by the maker of Photoshop to combat the spread of deepfake technology.
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 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.
(Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's re-election campaign's Twitter account was briefly restricted on Thursday, causing an outcry from Republican lawmakers who accused social media companies of acting like "speech police" and vowing to hold Twitter responsible.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook and Twitter cast doubt on a New York Post story that made claims about Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's son, taking proactive steps to restrict dissemination of the story in the hours after it was published on Wednesday.