Twitter to launch paid ‘super follow’ function that lets users charge for content | Twitter

Twitter has announced it will launch a “super follow” feature, which lets users charge followers for access to exclusive content, later this year. The move comes as Twitter is branching out from advertising to find more ways to make money — both for itself and for its most prolific users. Continue Reading

Twitter Considers Charging Users for Exclusive Content – Tempemail

Image sourced from Mission Statement Academy Twitter is exploring a subscription-based model – called “super follows” – where users can charge followers for access to exclusive content. “Exploring audience funding opportunities like Super Follows will allow creators and publishers to be directly supported by their audience and will incentivise them Continue Reading

Cabinet Office dismisses complaint about minister over Twitter tirade at journalist | Conservatives- Tempemail

The Cabinet Office has dismissed a complaint about the equalities minister by arguing her tirade at a journalist was issued from a personal Twitter account. Kemi Badenoch was criticised for accusing Nadine White of “creepy and bizarre” behaviour after the HuffPost reporter sent a standard request for comment to a Continue Reading

Australian government ready to pursue Facebook and Twitter if misinformation code doesn’t work | Australia news- Tempemail

The Australian government has not ruled out taking tougher action against social media giants like Facebook and Twitter if a new industry-developed code fails to limit the spread of misinformation and disinformation on their platforms. The new code of practice, developed by industry organisation Digi and released on Monday, has Continue Reading

Smuggled diary tells how abducted women survived Boko Haram camp | World news- Tempemail

The resistance began three months after the young women were taken from their school dormitory by Islamist militants and hidden in the depths of a forest. It would end in direct confrontation and disobedience, and an unlikely victory which saved their lives. But as the extremists of Boko Haram drove Continue Reading

Twitter to Label the Verified Accounts of Governments and Officials – Tempemail

Image sourced from Mission Statement Academy Twitter is planning to label the verified accounts of governments and government officials. The social media network believes this will help users when interacting with these leaders and associated institutions by adding context to what people see on Twitter. According to an official blog post, Continue Reading

India’s top court takes up social media content Twitter court petition content Government- Tempemail

India’s top court on Friday sought the government and Twitter’s response to a petition seeking a mechanism to check fake news, hate messages and what officials consider seditious and incendiary content on social media platforms. The case highlights a standoff between the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and free Continue Reading

I found peace in an unexpected corner of the internet: nun Twitter | Life and style- Tempemail

There is a Rumi poem – it is my favourite. “Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing,” writes the 13th-century mystic, “there is a field. I’ll meet you there.” I feel this way about religious Twitter. Regular Twitter is so much shouting, and nonsense, and people competing with each other Continue Reading

Myanmar junta shuts Twitter and Instagram to curb protests residents Facebook Twitter Instagram Myanmar- Tempemail

Military authorities in charge of Myanmar broadened a ban on social media following this week’s coup and shut Twitter and Instagram as residents in the biggest city again banged pots and plastic bottles to show their opposition to the army takeover. In addition to Facebook and related apps, the military Continue Reading