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  1. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey sparked criticism after he encouraged his Twitter followers to visit Myanmar, the government of which has been accused of genocide against the Muslim Rohingya people. "f you're willing to travel a bit, go to Myanmar," Dorsey tweeted after traveling to the country for a meditation retreat. "Myanmar is an absolutely beautiful country," he added. "The people are full of joy and the food is amazing. "I visited the cities of Yangon, Mandalay, and Bagan. We vis
  2. TED 2019: Twitter boss offers to demote likes and follows Image copyrightTED Image captionJack Dorsey answered questions at TED on problems with his platform Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has again admitted there is much work to do to improve Twitter and cut down on the amount of abuse and misinformation on the platform. He said the firm might demote likes and follows, adding that in hindsight he would not have designed the platform to highlight these. He said that Twitter currently incentivised people "to post o
  3. A hacker has compromised Jack Dorsey’s Twitter account. A stream of rogue tweets — including racial slurs — were posted to the Twitter chief executive’s own Twitter account just after 3:30pm ET. One of the tweets posted a Twitter handle for someone who purported to take credit for the account takeover. That account was quickly suspended. Dorsey has more than 4.21 million followers. Twitter spokesperson Ebony Turner said the company was investigating. The company also tweeted about the incident: It’s not immediately known how
  4. Twitter founder Jack Dorsey took aim at Google on Wednesday in a cheeky tweet. The tweet read: "I love @DuckDuckGo. My default search engine for a while now. The app is even better!" DuckDuckGo is a privacy-focused search engine that shows all users the same results for any given search term or terms. It sets itself up as a privacy-focused rival to data-hungry Google. Dorsey has form when it comes to trolling big tech firms, with Facebook a particular target of his ire in recent months. Jack Dorsey isn't a fan of Google search, it seems.
  5. Elon Musk lended public support to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey who’s being pressured to step down by an activist investor. “Just want to say that I support @Jack as Twitter CEO. He has a good heart,” Musk tweeted, using a heart emoji because that’s how middle-aged billionaires communicate. Jack Dorsey On Friday it was reported that Paul Singer, the billionaire founder of Elliott Management, took a stake in Twitter with the intent of making a number of changes at the micro-blogging platform. Elliott has a more than $1 billion stake in Twitter, according to CNBC, and has nominated fou
  6. Billionaire Paul Singer, founder of Elliott Management, wants to take over. Paul Singer, the billionaire founder of the activist fund Elliott Management, is preparing a plan to try to replace Jack Dorsey as CEO of Twitter, according to a report Friday by Bloomberg. Elliott, based in New York, has nominated four directors to Twitter's board and also seeks to make other changes at the company, Bloomberg said. According to the report, Elliott has a "sizable" stake in Twitter, but the exact size of the stake is unclear. Twitter declined to comment. Elliott Management didn
  7. Jack Dorsey, CEO of both Twitter and Square, has managed to get his name in the headlines again today after a comment he made about Bitcoin during an interview with The Times. Speaking of the current cryptocurrency king, Dorsey said that he believes Bitcoin will become the world’s single currency within the next ten years. If ten years seems fast to you, it’s worth noting that Dorsey actually said that the transition could even happen more quickly than that, something that seems particularly unlikely despite what can only be described as Bitcoin’s huge increase in
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