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- Robb Report
The plate comes with a matching one-of-a-kind NFT.
- Washington Examiner
Former President Donald Trump's new social network appears to have lifted code without attribution to Mastodon, and the open-source social network software company may be gearing up to sue.
- Business Insider
A new whistleblower reportedly claimed Facebook exempted right-wing outlet Breitbart from certain rules because it didn't want to 'start a fight with Steve Bannon'
Ex-Trump advisor Steve Bannon ran Breitbart News when Facebook defended "whitelisting" the outlet to avoid condemnation from the right, the Washington Post reported.
- Rolling Stone
Truth Social is off to a hot start
Twitter users took just 2 hours to get into TRUTH Social and create dummy accounts for Donald Trump and Mike Pence, exposing the beta site's vulnerabilities
The launch of Trump's Twitter-like TRUTH Social platform is slated for the first quarter of 2022, but its beta testing site was live on October 20.
- Business Insider
Hackers broke into Donald Trump's upcoming social-media site, creating fake accounts for Trump and Steve Bannon and posting a photo of a defecating pig
Hackers from Anonymous created fake accounts for Trump and Steve Bannon on Truth Social, the site Trump announced Wednesday, according to The NYT.
- Business Insider
Trump's new social media platform won't let users criticize the site, according to its terms of service
Trump said he created TRUTH Social "to give a voice to all," but the terms of service says users can't "disparage, tarnish, or otherwise harm" it.
Elliot Page and Dan Levy among stars supporting Netflix employee walkout over Dave Chappelle trans jokes
Multiple stars including Jameela Jamil and Jonathan Van Ness also supported the walkouts calling for better trans content on the platform.
- NBC News
The terms of service for Truth Social state that users cannot "disparage, tarnish, or otherwise harm, in our opinion, us and/or the Site."
Including a clause prohibiting users from "excessive use of capital letters"
- USA TODAY
Norway's reopening process occurred over a period of more than five months, during which its largest spike in infections occurred.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Humanity will survive, but what Zuckerberg seems to be aiming at with his 'rebranding' of Facebook can't end well.
- Yahoo Finance
Trump's Truth Social needs Section 230 to survive.
Since Donald Trump can’t tweet, post a YouTube video or even share a meme on Facebook after being banned, he’s trying to start his own social media platform. On Wednesday, Trump Media & Technology Group announced plans to launch TRUTH Social “to stand up to the tyranny of Big Tech,” but the app is already […]
Trump's new social-media platform, Truth Social, has an interface that looks an awful lot like Twitter's
Mocked iPhone screenshots of the former president's newly announced social-media platform closely resembled Twitter's current interface.
- The Week
New Facebook whistleblower alleges company wanted to avoid 'a fight' with Steve Bannon
- Associated Press
Nine months after being expelled from social media for his role in inciting the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection, former President Donald Trump said Wednesday he's launching a new media company with its own social media platform. Trump says his goal in launching the Trump Media & Technology Group and its “Truth Social" app is to create a rival to the Big Tech companies that have shut him out and denied him the megaphone that was paramount to his national rise. “We live in a world where the Taliban has a huge presence on Twitter, yet your favorite American President has been silenced," he said in a statement.
I didn't know I needed this friendship.
Facebook Watch has greenlit talk show “Face to Face With Becky G” starring the global singer, actor and activist. On the weekly show, slated to premiere sometime next month on Facebook Watch, Becky G will invite her favorite artists, celebrities and friends for “unfiltered” conversations that cover issues relevant to her generation, the Latino community […]
Netflix employees staged a walkout yesterday in response to the company's handling of a Dave Chappelle special that premiered on October 5. At the same time, Los Angeles-based trans activist Ashlee Marie Preston hosted a rally in solidarity with Netflix workers participating in the walkout. Netflix stars like Jonathan Van Ness of "Queer Eye" and Mason Alexander Park of "Cowboy Bebop" and "The Sandman" expressed their solidarity in a video made for the rally, alongside other Hollywood stars and trans advocates like Angelica Ross, Jameela Jamil, Kate Bornstein, Our Lady J, Sara Ramirez, Peppermint and Colton Haynes.