Twitter says bug gave ad partner access to iOS users' location information
The company says it intended to remove location data from within advertisers' reach, even if it didn't.
Nearly 6,000 Twitter accounts magnified recent far-right messaging on Brexit, F-Secure says
Typical messages examined during the timeframe in question included posts criticizing credible media outlets, accusations that immigrants were killing house pets, and graphic images of violent protests.
A bot doesn't need to talk like a bot for Twitter to notice
The approach is an attempt to solve a problem that keeps changing.
Twitter detects possible state-sponsored activity from China, Saudi Arabia
Twitter’s stock fell 6.8 percent after the disclosure. Possible government hacking only was the the latest problem for the company.
Russian disinformation ops were bigger than we thought
The reports, released by the Senate Intelligence Committee, represent the most comprehensive independent analyses of the 2016 Russian disinformation effort.