Terrorist Attacks

  • How the Social Media Dumpster Fire Hijacked the Election

    … sensationalized every morsel of fake news. They gave more airtime to the endless Benghazi hearings than to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. When they finally milked that for all it was worth, the fake email scandal launched a slow, poisonous drip, with each outrageous false claim spreading like wildfire on social media. Search for Hillary + email…

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  • Twitter Testing Push Notifications for Breaking News Events

    … Twitter has been experimenting with push notifications for breaking news events that bring users to related Moments. The social network confirmed to Patrick Kulp of Mashable that it was testing the feature, and Kulp shared the tweets below illustrating examples from Monday—the terrorist attack at a market in Berlin, and the electoral college…

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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

    … The war against terrorism is a battle of attrition, and Twitter detailed its small contribution: Some 235,000 accounts have been suspended since February for violating its policies on promotion of violence or terrorism. This follows the social network’s February announcement of more than 125,000 similar account suspensions, bringing total…

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

    … does not always let you say what you want. Cox told Bloomberg Businessweek the eventual goal was “a universal vocabulary that lets people express emotion as they scroll through their feed,” adding that the biggest test of the feature so far occurred after the terrorist attacks in Paris last November, and saying: It just felt different to use Facebook that day. Readers: Are you looking forward to the launch of Reactions? …

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