Twitter CEO's hacked account sends racist tweets before being secured
Friday, 30 August 2019 The account of Twitter Inc Chief Executive Jack Dorsey was hacked on Friday afternoon, sending public tweets and retweets including racial slurs and curse words to 4 million followers before Twitter secured the account.
Rihanna and Twitter boss Jack Dorsey have donated $15 million dollars toward mental health services. Riri’s pledge is a joint venture between her nonprofit, The Clara Lionel Foundation, and the social media mogul's #StartSmall initiative, and will help fund mental health services amid the ongoing social unrest and the coronavirus pandemic.
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey responded to criticism over adding fact-checking labels to the president’s tweets. According to Business Insider, Twitter tagged mail-in ballots tweets as something that needed to be checked. Dorsey said he’s “ultimately accountable” for Twitter’s actions and asked the public to “leave our employees out of this.” He said: "We'll continue to point out incorrect or disputed information about elections globally.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is firing back at President Donald Trump, Gal Gadot has a new series coming to Apple TV+ and all is right in the world again! And get ready, 'The Simpsons' is back to its proper aspect ratio on Disney+.
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