In the wake of news that propaganda on Facebook helped drive anti-refugee attacks in Germany, the social networking giant is taking further steps to fight back against fake news, suspending hundreds of accounts from Russia and Iran, and also starting a program that rates the trustworthiness of users. Talk......
Duo Security researchers identify crypto-pushing botnet on Twitter, share findings to fight fake accounts – One World Identity
As Duo Security sought to create a way to identify fake accounts on Twitter, the identity-focused security provider ultimately discovered a massive botnet comprised...Read More
The monetary impact of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation continues to take shape, as both Twitter and Nielsen this week cited the effects of...Read More
Judge rules it’s unconstitutional for President Trump to block people on Twitter – One World Identity
U.S. citizens have a First Amendment right to follow and respond to the President of the United States on Twitter, a federal judge ruled...Read More