Black Lives Matter

  • Rio 2016 Tops Twitter in 2016

    … By David Cohen on Dec. 6, 2016 - 12:45 PM The 2016 Summer Olympic Games was the most-discussed topic on Twitter during 2016. Chief marketing officer Leslie Berland delivered the social network’s wrap-up of 2016 in a blog post, saying that the top 10 global trends on Twitter for 2016 were: 2016 Summer Olympic Games U.S. presidential election…

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  • Twitter Expands Access to Moments

    … Twitter is expanding the availability of its Moments feature to “a broader group of creators … including influencers, partners, brands and, in the coming months, everyone.” Product manager Gaby Peña announced the expansion of Moments availability in a blog post, providing examples from civil-rights activist DeRay Mckesson, one of the leaders…

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  • Twitter Takes Stand vs. Use of Dataminr for Surveillance Purposes

    … public, and governments may review accounts on their own, like any user … For instance, if DHS (the Department of Homeland Security) wanted to buy Dataminr news alerts to surveil Black Lives Matter activists, we would decline. But if the DHS wanted to buy data to assist with disaster preparedness, (we) would permit that. Spokespeople for the CIA…

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  • Black Lives Matter to Mark Zuckerberg

    … matter” and replacing it with “all lives matter” for a second time. Zuckerberg wrote: There have been several recent instances of people crossing out “black lives matter” and writing “all lives matter” on the walls at MPK. Despite my clear communication at Q&A last week that this was unacceptable, and messages from several other leaders from…

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