Terrorist Attacks

  • How the Social Media Dumpster Fire Hijacked the Election

    … There are a lot of theories floating around about how we wound up with (shudder) President Donald Trump. The Bernie Sanders camp is crowing, “We told you so, Bernie would have won!” The media likes to go on about how little Hillary Clinton was trusted; an impression created entirely by the media. An article in Ad Age by Simon Dumenco…

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  • Twitter Testing Push Notifications for Breaking News Events

    … victory for President-elect Donald Trump. Twitter sending breaking news push alerts a new thing? pic.twitter.com/dOCTtT8Lmh — Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) December 19, 2016 Just got a breaking news push alert from Twitter. Haven't seen that before. pic.twitter.com/cvE6LYgW3I — Colin Jones (@colinjones) December 19, 2016 Apparently I'm getting push…

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  • Instagram’s Best of 2016

    … Angeles International Airport (LAX) Tower Bridge Barcelona Center Notre-Dame Cathedral (Notre-Dame de Paris) Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) Empire State Building Niagara Falls The 10 most-Instagrammed days of 2016 were: Halloween (Oct. 31) 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks (Sept. 11) Euro Cup Final (July 10) U.S. election…

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  • Twitter: 360,000 Terrorism-Related Accounts Suspended Since Mid-2015

    … organizations such as Parle-moi-d’Islam (France), Imams Online (U.K.), Wahid Foundation (Indonesia), The Sawab Center (United Arab Emirates) and True Islam (U.S.) to empower credible non-governmental voices against violent extremism. Over the past six months, we also attended government-convened summits on CVE hosted by the French Interior Ministry…

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  • Facebook to Launch Reactions ‘In the Next Few Weeks’

    … by Chile, the Philippines, Portugal and Colombia. Japan was next up, with Bloomberg Businessweek reporting that Cox told reporters at Facebook’s offices in that country: You can love something, you can be sad about something, you can laugh out loud at something. We know on phones people don’t like to use keyboards, and we also know that the like button…

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