Twitter, internet group oppose U.S. rules requiring visitors to disclose social media info
Friday, 29 May 2020 Twitter Inc, Reddit and a group representing major internet firms backed two documentary film groups that have challenged the Trump Administration's 2019 rules requiring nearly all U.S. visitors to disclose social media user information from the prior five years.
Alexis Ohanian's social media platform Reddit is built around people's desire to make their voices heard by posting and commenting. Sometimes, though, the heat of a lively online debate can lead to rash statements one might regret later. According to Business Insider, there are two ways to delete your Reddit history. The first way is to go to the 'Overview' section of your profile and delete any or all of your posts.
Apollo for Reddit is one of the most powerful and popular third-party Reddit apps for iOS, and a new update this weekend takes makes further improvements. The... 9to5Mac Also reported by •MacRumours.com