Thanks to "Can you pet the dog?," chances are that - yes - you can pet the dog in your favorite video game.
Genevieve Morton, a "Sports Illustrated" model, sued Twitter this month, alleging that one of its algorithms assist users who infringe on copyrights.
The "Justice for J6" rally, in support of Capitol rioters charged with crimes, attracted few protesters but there was a large media and police presence.
A post alleged American Airlines kicked an asthmatic child off a plane for not masking. The company said they were not made aware of breathing issues.
The FEC found that Twitter didn't violate campaign finance law and has legitimate business reasons to limit some posts over advertiser concerns.
The White House has pointed to online misinformation as a roadblock to getting more Americans vaccinated.
The group chanted "down with the CDC, Fauci lies to me" after a man yelled "Nicki Minaj said I'm not going to take your vaccine."
The rapper has been accused of making false or misleading claims on social media related to the COVID-19 vaccine and a visit to the White House.
"Twitter is an open mic that never shuts off. It's like if the Cellar never shut down and the audience never left," Stewart said of the platform.
Reid said she's disappointed that the rapper used her platform "to encourage our community to not protect themselves and save their lives."
Burry shared an email from 2005 that outlined his plan to short mortgage-backed securities, and called out two subprime lenders.
Twitter said it wouldn't take action against the rapper Nicki Minaj's tweet because it was presented as an anecdote, not a fact.
Political science assistant professor Jenn M. Jackson tweeted that 9/11 "was an attack on the heteropatriarchal capitalistic systems that America relies upon."
"I think they're really on shaky ground as to whether they can force this or not. So, it's subject to legal challenge," the former New Jersey Governor said on Sunday.
Fans of artists like Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, and BTS have harassed journalists or other members of their fandom in the name of their faves.
Newcastle University apologized to the medical student who received a yellow card, typically given to students who exhibit unprofessional or concerning behavior.
The Georgia lawmaker said that her GOP colleagues need to get their "asses in gear" and impeach President Joe Biden to win elections.