Worried that your partner is cheating on you? Now you can hire a loyalty tester who will put them to the loyalty test by coming on to them online. Maybe you’re here because you heard about the Loyalty Test service on Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me, Or maybe you’re here through a search for “is my partner cheating on me online?” However you arrived here, you’re probably here now because you’re curious about loyalty testing services that put your partner to the loyalty test by having a loyalty tester slide into their online private messages, whether on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, or wherever they are online.
Elon Musk has just killed Larry the Twitter bird, and replaced him with the single letter ‘X’.
Musk seems determined to kill Twitter itself, or at least to drag it down to such a spectacular loss that he will be able to greatly reduce his income taxes. That would be the perfect plot for a story about a diabolical genius who both wants to take down Twitter and reduce his taxes on his 2023 or 2024 tax returns, wouldn’t it?
Twitter has dominated the scene for years in the short form text category, while Instagram has been known as the place for images and short form videos. However, while Threads may be new to the game, it’s a formidable challenger, offering users an all-in-one platform that combines the best of both worlds. By giving users the ability to post links and images alongside text, Threads has basically turned itself into an Instagram competitor which, unlike Instagram, also allows you to post links.
With the advent of Threads people are becoming aware of something called ‘the fediverse’ (Threads is the new social network messaging app – think ‘Twitter’ only owned by
Musk Sends Cease and Desist to Zuckerberg Over Meta’s New ‘Twitter Killer’ Threads – Can a Lawsuit be Far Behind?
Cagematch shmagematch; we predict that it won’t be long before Elon Musk sues Mark Zuckerberg and Meta. Musk does appear to be ready to take his beef with Zuckerberg to the courts instead of the street, sending Mark Zuckerberg a cease and desist letter with claims that Meta’s new Threads app, which many have been calling a ‘Twitter killer’, uses Twitter’s intellectual property. Here’s the full text of the letter from Elon Musk (well, his lawyers) to Mark Zuckerberg.
Biden Administration Barred by Court from Contacting Social Media Sites About Fake News – What it Means and Full Text of Order
Here is the full text of the restraining order issued on July 4th barring Biden administration officials from contacting social media companies, and a plain English explanation of what it means. In a stunning and unusual move, and a win for fake Covid news and fake election news, Federal Judge Terry Doughty issued a sweeping restraining order on July 4th (hrrmmm), barring Biden administration agencies and named officials and agents of the administration from contacting social media sites regarding content that appears on the site. This order was aimed squarely at Biden administration efforts to stem the flow of fake news about Covid and fake news about elections.
Tuesday saw President Biden pulling up a chair with a group of society leaders, known for their skepticism towards the giants of the tech industry, to have a heart-to-heart about the rise of artificial intelligence. This forms part of a broader initiative by the U.S. government to become more engaged in the conversation surrounding AI and its potential dangers.
In the ever-evolving world of social media, a significant portion of users are content to observe from the sidelines. However, tech billionaire Elon Musk, who now owns the popular microblogging platform Twitter, has a message for those who just can’t bring themselves to hit that ‘Tweet’ button.
Today, we’re drawing your attention to a sinister new scam flourishing on social marketplaces like Facebook’s Marketplace. This time, digital wallets are under threat, with the likes of Venmo, PayPal, and other cash transfer apps falling victim to these deceptive practices.
Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, is escalating its battle with the Canadian government over a proposed bill that would require online platforms to pay publishers and broadcasters for hosting their content. In response to the impending legislation, Meta announced that it will conduct tests on its platforms to limit news access for a small percentage of users in Canada.
Ahoy there, digital explorers! There’s a new social media platform on the horizon, and it’s generating quite the buzz. Bluesky is a decentralized Twitter clone that has become the talk of the town. But there’s a catch: you’ll need an elusive invite to step foot on this digital island.
Elon Musk, the enigmatic billionaire, has announced the appointment of a new CEO at Twitter, a mere half-year since he made headlines by acquiring the popular social media platform. The chosen executive is Linda Yaccarino, who once commanded the advertising division at NBCUniversal. She is slated to manage business operations at Twitter, a platform that has been grappling with the challenge of profitability.
In a bold move that is stirring concerns over user privacy, Facebook has reportedly been granted a patent that suggests a desire to observe its users covertly through their webcam or smartphone camera. The technology aims to discern your mood as you interact with the platform, thereby serving tailored content or advertisements that align with your emotions. The somewhat intrusive concept involves analyzing people in real time via their camera as they browse online. The system is designed to identify emotions such as happiness, boredom, or sadness, and deliver advertisements that correspond with your current mood. For instance, if you’re feeling down, the technology could serve an ad designed to uplift your spirits or present products you’ve previously browsed when the timing feels just right. According to the patent application, Facebook’s system could determine user preferences based on their reactions to specific content.
There’s a new social media platform on the horizon, and it’s generating quite the buzz. Bluesky is a decentralized Twitter clone that has become the talk of the town. But there’s a catch: you’ll need an elusive invite to step foot on this digital island.
Social media has become an integral part of our daily lives. It has transformed the way we interact, communicate, and consume information. The rise of social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn has revolutionized the way we connect with each other. It has also had a significant impact on society and its changing landscape. In this blog post, we will discuss the impact of social media on society and its changing landscape.