June 4, 2023

Innovation & Tech Today


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Elon Musk: A Visionary Beyond Controversy

Elon Musk is no stranger to controversy. The billionaire entrepreneur has been making headlines for his unconventional and often provocative tweets, his bold acquisition of Twitter, and his legal battles […]

It’s Official: Elon Musk Just Bought Twitter

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Entrepreneur, Tesla and SpaceX CEO, and world’s richest man Elon Musk officially added a new title to his name: owner of Twitter Inc.  The board’s approval of the $44 billion […]

You’re fired; Twitter Permanently Suspends Trump As Facebook Takes Action Too

Following the riots in Washington D.C. last week, Twitter is pointing the finger at President Donald Trump for the “incitement of violence” through the context of his tweets and has removed his account @realDonaldTrump from the public venue for good.

According to a company blog posted Jan. 8, two of Trump’s tweets violated Twitter’s Glorification of Violence Policy.

Making Sure Your Social Media Can Control Who Sees What

Today we live in a world that is entirely driven by technology, and getting any work done requires plenty of dependencies on the internet. These days the gateway to someone’s life is through their electronic devices, whether it be their phones, computers, or even their MP3 players. Applications like Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, freeaccount.one and TikTok have all risen to popularity over the last decade tremendously. Even though questions regarding their privacy issues and lack of security have often done the rounds, it still has not stopped their immense popularity.

Can Social Media Really Be Regulated?

Last week, President Trump introduced an executive order in response to Twitter’s fact-checking labels. The situation then initiated discussions around regulating social media platforms. Though Trump is attempting to introduce new changes to the 1996 Communications Decency Act, tech experts and government officials are skeptical of how far the order can go.

Should Brands Try To Be Cool?


In the age of so much free content, you quickly learn to expect you’re going to be advertised to a lot. And, most of the time, these advertisements are harmless […]

Vine to be trimmed by Twitter

At a time when apps are ubiquitous, it’s hard to imagine them ever not being available. I’m still surprised and a little saddened when I search for an old app I used […]

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