We Made Our Tech Editor Drink Jack Dorsey's 'Salt Juice'
"I was expecting it to be thicker. I don’t know why, it’s just water and salt, but it’s called 'juice.'"
Why Won’t Twitter Treat White Supremacy Like ISIS? Because It Would Mean Banning Some Republican Politicians Too.
A Twitter employee who works on machine learning believes that a proactive, algorithmic solution to white supremacy would also catch Republican politicians.
Did Trump Show Printed-Out Tweets to Jack Dorsey? We Asked Digital Forensics Experts
President Trump brought a conspicuous stack of papers to his meeting with Jack Dorsey.
Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey Attended Closed-Door Meeting With President Trump
The meeting lasted 30 minutes, and touched on "the health of the public conversation on Twitter," according to an internal Twitter email obtained by Motherboard.
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When Does Biohacking Become Disordered Eating?
We explore the question on this week's episode of 'The VICE Guide To Right Now Podcast.'
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey just did a podcast with a guy who falsely claimed vaccines “cause autism”
Other tech giants are taking steps to mitigate the spread of scientifically unsupported claims about vaccines.
So Maybe Twitter's CEO Did Ask Azaelia Banks for a Magical Amulet?
Some old tweets from the rapper seem to align with a mention in a Vanity Fair piece on Jack Dorsey, and witchcraft is afoot.
Jack Dorsey went to India to promote Twitter. He started a huge fight instead.
“Dorsey for a day got to experience what it is like to be a Dalit woman and guess what: it's not pleasant."
San Francisco Votes for 'Homeless Tax' That Twitter's CEO and Other Tech Companies Tried to Block
The city's controversial Proposition C, which would tax technology companies to fund homeless services, passed on Tuesday.
Congress still isn’t sure what to do about Big Tech
“The era of the Wild West in social media is coming to an end,” said Democrat Vice Chair Sen. Mark Warner.
Journalists Are Not Social Media Platforms’ Unpaid Content Moderators
During a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Wednesday, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted how much the platform relies on reports from journalists on to counter offending content on the site.
Even the people at Twitter can’t explain why Alex Jones is still able to tweet
“It is impossible to promote healthy dialog with bad-faith actors."