• YouTube Joins Twitter, Facebook In Taking Down Trump's Account After Capitol Siege

    8 days ago - By NPR

    The move, which suspends the president's account for a week, comes after the video platform said a livestream of his remarks on Tuesday violated YouTube's community standards. (Image credit: Martin Bureau /AFP via Getty Images)
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  • Jack Dorsey plugged bitcoin during his tweetstorm about Trump. It's not as surprising as it seems: His other company, Square, owns $186 million worth of the cryptocurrency

    Jack Dorsey plugged bitcoin during his tweetstorm about Trump. It's not as surprising as it seems: His other company, Square, owns $186 million worth of the cryptocurrency

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey.
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    Jack Dorsey has spoken out for the first time since last week's riots at the Capitol, and he used the opportunity to make a plug for bitcoin.
    Dorsey tweeted that he's passionate about bitcoin because it's not controlled by a single entity, which is also one of his goals for social media moderation.
    Dorsey's payments firm, Square, purchased $50 million worth of bitcoin in October of last year.
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    Jack Dorsey spoke out for the first time Wednesday night...
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  • Twitter CEO defends Trump ban, warns of dangerous precedent

    Twitter CEO defends Trump ban, warns of dangerous precedent

    8 days ago - By Stl Today

    SAN FRANCISCO - Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey defended his company's ban of President Donald Trump in a philosophical Twitter thread that is his first public statement on the subject.
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  • Twitter CEO Tweets About Banning Trump From Site

    Twitter CEO Tweets About Banning Trump From Site

    8 days ago - By NPR

    Twitter kicked President Donald Trump off of its site following the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. CEO Jack Dorsey said major corporations have too much power and pose a risk to a "free" Internet.
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