Glenn DyerApr 7, 2017
Twitter argues that its users are protected under the first amendment to the US Constitution with the right to “anonymous or pseudonymous political speech”.
Mar 6, 2017
It turns out that the more emotional a tweet is, the more likely it is to be believed, writes freelance journalist Anthea Batsakis.
CrikeyFeb 21, 2017
Safe to assume their avatars will all be eggs.
CrikeyFeb 6, 20174 Comments
Hint: not Cory Bernardi, but the other one.
Glenn DyerFeb 6, 20172 Comments
According to investors, Donald Trump’s apparent monopolising of Twitter has been bad for the company -- very bad, not good.
CrikeyJan 25, 2017
Throwing stones in glass houses is usually not a good idea, and we proceed with caution ...
CrikeyJan 25, 20174 Comments
Spelling trouble ... Thiel's citizenship ... no Panahi for Franger ...
CrikeyJan 18, 20173 Comments
Her Twitter profile reads "Campaigner for the innocence of children". So there you go.
Myriam RobinNov 11, 20163 Comments
To be fair, with Donald Trump seriously being elected to the US presidency, it can be hard to know what's real these days.