From The Next Web: Journalism’s Russian propaganda problem could be a blessing in disguise

Russian intelligence weaponized Twitter in its successful attempt to catapult Donald Trump directly into the oval office. And now, it’s believed it did the same with the Brexit vote. Interestingly, according to research from The Guardian, these accou…

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From Engadget RSS Feed: DJI threatens legal action after researcher reports bug

In August, DJI announced that it was launching a bug bounty program that would give out rewards to people who could find flaws in its software. The company said it would pay between $100 and $30,000 depending on the flaw. But according to an e…

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From The Next Web: I’ll never get bored watching these dumb bots chat on Twitter

I set out to find interesting tweets from the top minds in AI, but after about five minutes of reading either non-stop apocalyptic doom and gloom, or uninterrupted declarations of disrupted markets and machine learning-powered data-wizardry, I was read…

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From Tech: Elon Musk suggests the new Roadster could get a ‘rocket’ car upgrade package

Always a fan of theatrics, Elon Musk unveiled a surprise new Roadster at Tesla’s Semi Truck event on Thursday night. 
And though the unexpected rollout already has tech media talking, Musk threw another detail into the mix on Sunday, claiming on…

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From TechCrunch: Crunch Report | Twitter tests a new tweetstorm feature and Tesla unveils a semi truck

 Today’s Stories Apple pushes back on the release of the Homepod Twitter tests a new tweetstorm feature Tesla unveils a new semi truck Walmart will pilot the new Tesla Semis Credits Written by: Sarah Buhr Hosted by: Sarah Buhr Filmed by: …

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From Tech: Dril, Twitter’s weirdest hero, just got doxxed — and the internet is sad

The internet can be a disturbing, sad place. It takes a special kind of hero to remind us that its darkest corners can also be filled with joy. That hero is @dril, an embodiment of so-called “weird Twitter” who has — like some kind of joke-slin…

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From TechCrunch: Crunch Report | The tech companies helping to educate the public on fake news and how to get free Postmates Unlimited

 Today’s Stories  These tech companies want to get rid of fake news Say goodbye forever to Facebook app invites Apple is giving out free Postmates Unlimited Mashable sells to Ziff Davis Virgin Hyperloop One goes to India Credits Written by:…

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From Tech: Twitter confirms it’s testing a tweetstorm feature

As if upping its character limit to 280 wasn’t enough, Twitter is testing a dedicated feature to make it easier for users to tweetstorm.
The test first surfaced in September, but Twitter is now confirming the experiment, which is currently live only …

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From Slashdot: Jack Dorsey Responds To Serial Killer Who Found His Victims Through Suicidal Twitter Posts

AmiMoJo shares a report from NHK WORLD: Twitter’s CEO is reacting to a grisly case in Japan where a suspected serial killer allegedly found his victims through their suicidal posts on the social media platform. In an interview with NHK, Jack Dorsey sai…

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