Twitter and Facebook have suspended accounts for running a state-sponsored propaganda campaign targeting Hong Kong protesters.
Twitter says it suspended 936 accounts that were “deliberately and specifically attempting to sow political discord in Hong Kong” as well as 200,000 more “spammy” accounts that were “proactively suspended before they were substantially active.”
Sometimes circumstances are so strange, so upsetting, and so truly bizarre that if you don’t laugh at them, you might just cry.
Perhaps that was the mindset Alex Kack, the man seen wearing a green shirt and laughing uncontrollably at a Tucson, Arizona, City Council meeting on Tuesday.
Mid-meeting, a man and a woman (both wearing Trump hats) protested the recent decision to put a “Sanctuary City” measure on the November ballot, which could potentially make Tucson the state’s first official…
July is National Ice Cream Month, which means it’s time to beat the heat by eating too much ice cream, then feeling kind of sick afterward. When it’s time to order, though, you face a harrowing choice: What flavor should you get?
To assist you in the most important choice of your summer, the mobile payment company Square collected data from their vendors to determine the most popular ice cream flavor in each state.
Good news, AT&T customers: The carrier on Tuesday announced plans to start automatically blocking fraud calls for free.
The move comes after the FCC last month voted to let carriers block robocalls by default. AT&T is now the first of the big four U.S. carriers to commit to do that.
“The Commission’s recent action builds on a years-long effort to enable broader adoption of call-blocking tools and allow providers to better protect their customers and networks,” AT&T Communications Executive…