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Jul 27, 2019
Firstpost Editor's Picks: BJP takes risk in Karnataka, RTI (Amendment) Bill, Hrithik Roshan regains brand reputation; today's must-read storiesHaste makes waste. That's the piece of ancient wisdom BJP president Amit Shah remembered while finally deciding what to do in Karnataka.
Feb 14, 2019
Instagram bug costs some users millions of followers, fix is coming soonInstagram issue causes popular celebrities Kylie Jenner, Justin Bieber followers count drop by millions
Nov 10, 2018
Twitter removes suspicious accounts in attempt to make followers tally more accurateTwitter is under pressure to tackle its problem of fake users, which are a turn-off for investors.
Oct 26, 2018
Twitter beats Wall Street estimates despite losing 9 mn users after removing botsTwitter’s advertising revenue jumped 29 percent to $650 million in the third quarter from a year earlier
Aug 24, 2018
Russian Twitter bots and trolls spread false information about vaccines: StudyThe Twitter bots and trolls used tactics similar to those at work during the 2016 US elections.
Aug 16, 2018
Jack Dorsey is rethinking the way Twitter works, after Alex Jones timeoutJack Dorsey is mulling changes to Twitter to limit the spread of fake news and hate speech.
Jul 10, 2018
Twitter blocks polling app MyVoteToday's account over behavioral issuesMyVoteToday in a poll asked people who they want to be silenced and listed names of CMs and others.
Jun 27, 2018
Twitter to make login via phone number or email mandatory to fight abusive botsNew Twitter users will now have to confirm an email address or phone number to register an account.
May 24, 2018
US to seek control of infected routers to curb alleged Russian cyberattack on UkraineA judge gave FBI permission to seize an internet domain that authorities charge a Russian hacking group known as Sofacy was using to control infected devices.
Apr 29, 2018
Russian Twitter bots tried to influence the UK general election results by promoting the Labour Party leaderThe research discovered that in the run up to the election, 6,500 Russian Twitter accounts, many of which are run by Internet robots known as "bots", supported the Labour Party.