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Twitter To Tell 677,775 People They Interacted With Kremlin-Linked TrollsTwitter will inform nearly 700,000 people in the U.S. that they either followed a Kremlin-linked troll account, or retweeted or liked a tweet sent by one of the accounts, the social media company said Friday.
Parents Gift Son's Teachers Wine Bottles With His Face On Them Since He's 'The Reason You Drink'Under the boy's picture was the message, "our child might be the reason you drink, so enjoy this bottle on us!"
Uber Charges Customer Over $14,000 For 20-Minute RideThe incredible amount, which comes out to 18,518.50 in Canadian dollars, was posted to social media by the outraged rider on Instagram.
22-Year-Old Man Flies 1,000 Miles To Meet 81-Year-Old 'Words With Friends' PartnerThe 22-year-old flew over 1,000 miles to spend time with his 81-year-old pen pal, who lives in a Florida retirement community.
'Sacrificed To The Wolves': Nurse Fired After Tweet About BabiesOfficials at IU Health said the recently hired health care worker was no longer working at the facility following "several troubling posts on social media."
Twitter Begins Removing Verification From Certain UsersTwitter suspended its verification process "due to confusion" over its policies following public outcry for the verification of white nationalist Jason Kessler.
Twitter, Snapchat Adopt New Looks To Attract More UsersTwitter is rolling out a 280-character limit for nearly all its users, and Snapchat will revamp its app in hopes of becoming easier to use for everyone.
Twitter Trolls Itself On New 280 Character LimitTwitter rolled out a 280 character limit for most of its users Tuesday, and, predictably, lots of people are unhappy.
Twitter Clarifies What Violates Its Policies After BacklashThe social network on Friday outlined how it defines harassment and threats, and its policy toward adult content.
Twitter Announces Safeguards After Deactivation Of Donald Trump's Account FiascoA single Twitter employee took down the president of the United States, at least for 11 minutes.
Tech Giants Face Congress About Russian Interference In 2016 ElectionThe House and Senate committees are questioning executives from Facebook, Twitter, and Google about whether they knowingly allowed Russian operatives to use their platforms to interfere in the 2016 election. 
Twitter Bans Ads From 2 Russian Media Outlets Amid Election InterferenceTwitter is taking action against two Russian news agencies.

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