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X (Formerly Known As Twitter)
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X, formerly known as Twitter, is a social media platform that originated in the United States. After Elon Musk's acquisition of Twitter in October 2022, the platform faced backlash due to a rise in hate speech and allegations of favouring right-wing content. These concerns have been raised by users and critics alike, highlighting the need for addressing these issues.

Four trends you’ll see in online election campaigns this year

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In the 2024 election campaign, TikTok gains prominence alongside traditional platforms. Parties use diverse digital advertising channels like Google and YouTube, focusing on specific demographics.

Twitter’s rebrand to X shifts the focus to Musk’s ‘everything app’ plans but here’s why he might have moved too early

5 min read
Elon Musk has completed the ultimate act of disruption to Twitter by rebranding the platform. Here’s what that means for the future of the company and its users.

Elon Musk rebrands Twitter as X, ditching the blue bird

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Twitter has a new logo and name: X. Elon Musk, its billionaire owner, wants to create a super app. Some users like it, some don’t.

Why so many people have had enough of experts

5 min read
New research highlights three key reasons for declining trust in experts, and how to regain their authority in future.

Twitter’s verification system now eligible for far-right organizations

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Under Elon Musk, Twitter has verified far-right group Britain First giving it a gold tick while its leader got a blue tick. Is Twitter promoting extreme content?

Elon Musk obeys ‘strict’ social media rules of Modi’s India. But not for America’s NPR

6 min read
When asked about Twitter’s functioning in India, Elon Musk claims ignorance regarding the Indian government’s requests to remove content related to Narendra Modi’s leadership and 2002 Gujarat riots. Despite being a “free speech absolutist,” Musk seems to surrender easily to government complaints.

Three leadership qualities that Elon Musk’s replacement as Twitter’s CEO will need to have

5 min read
Nearly 60% of Twitter users want Elon Musk gone as CEO, but who should take over?
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