Tag: Twitter

How to delete your Twitter account

How do I delete my Twitter account? By taking a trip to Twitter’s website, actually. No matter the reason, you might find your days of tweeting out jokes, favoriting replies, sharing photos of your favorite memes, and retweeting to abandon have come to an end. If …

Was Mirai malware behind Dyn DDoS attack?

  IoT-powered malware may have caused Twitter, Spotify & Reddit outage Mirai, the botnet malware that was made open source at the beginning of this month, was allegedly behind the DDoS attack that took out Twitter, Github and Spotify, among others, on Friday. The attack, which …

Google rumored to be in talks to buy Twitter

A new report suggests that search giant Google is in talks to buy social networking platform Twitter. According to sources speaking to CNBC, the "social media company is engaged in conversations with potential suitors that are said to include Google and Salesforce.com, among other technology companies". …

How to Get Verified on Twitter [Infographic]

What do Anna Kendrick, Serena Williams, and Dharmesh Shah all have in common? Aside from the fact that you can hear from all three at INBOUND 2016, each of these people has a verified account on Twitter. You know, the little blue checkmark? That blue “verified” …

Microsoft Flow: Create a Workflow Using a Template

  In today’s Ask the Admin, I’ll show you how to sign up for Microsoft Flow and set up a simple workflow using one of the many available templates. Microsoft Flow allows users to automate workflows without understanding how to work with the publicly available APIs …

Twitter suspends another 235k accounts to stop terrorism

  The company also announced the measures it’s taking to identify extremism Twitter has closed down 235,000 accounts for activities linked to terrorism over the past six months, taking the total number of accounts suspended to 360,000 in the last year. “Daily suspensions are up over …

Twitter suspends 360,000 accounts for terrorist ties

Twitter continues to fight to keep terrorist groups and sympathizers from using its service. The social network announced today that in the last six months it has suspended 235,000 accounts for violating its policies related to the promotion of terrorism. In February, Twitter reported that it …