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"All of this doesn’t make me feel great for when Trump’s Twitter account is inevitably hacked and it starts World War III," one person warned.
The Twitter CEO's account was compromised and posted a series of racist and anti-Semitic tweets, including "n****r" and "Hitler is innocent."
Twitter's Jack Dorsey, fashion designer Diane Von Furstenburg and more signed the ad that declares equality in the workplace is "one of the most important business issues of our time."
Almost 18 months after Twitter promised to crack down on hate, the platform teems with racist extremists.
One person wondered if the Twitter CEO reminded the president that former President Barack Obama has 47 million more followers.
Motherboard reported on Tuesday that the president would be meeting with the social media platform to discuss "the health of the public conversation on Twitter.”
A recent article highlighted Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's health hacks, and they're pretty dangerous.
The Twitter CEO joined an anti-vaxxer's podcast, adding to a growing list of fringe company that he keeps.
Dorsey gave himself a ‘C’ on the matter, noting that while there’s been progress, “it has been scattered and not felt enough.”
The Twitter CEO consulted with the right-wing political commentator over whether he should permanently remove Alex Jones from the platform.
In a HuffPost interview, Dorsey stood by his controversial apology to the Fox News commentator after Twitter labeled her "far-right."
In a HuffPost interview, the Twitter CEO waffled when asked about Donald Trump inciting violence.
A Q&A with Twitter's CEO on right-wing extremism, Candace Owens, and what he'd do if the president called on his followers to murder journalists.
And tech CEOs from Twitter and Salesforce are arguing about it on social media.
Rep. Billy Long (R-Mo.) just had his finest moment in Congress.
The committee set out an empty chair for Google to show their displeasure.
Dorsey also protected continued Twitter access by white nationalist Richard Spencer, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says social media platforms shouldn't be "arbiters of truth." The ACLU seems to agree with that sentiment.
Jack Dorsey's company hasn't set the goal posts on what's OK to tweet.