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Ars Technica

Google explains why it banned the app for Gab, a right-wing Twitter rival

Communities
Mashable

Elon Musk still hasn't quite gotten the hang of this Twitter thing

Bloomberg

Disney's Biggest Bear Blocked From Bob Iger's Twitter Feed

Star Wars
Bloomberg

What Is Trump Worth to Twitter? One Analyst Estimates $2 Billion

Earnings
CNET , The Verge

Twitter and the Weather Channel will stream Monday's solar eclipse

Space imaging
CNET

Squarespace won’t host your racist websites, either

Communities Websites
The Guardian , Business Insider

Game of Thrones secrets revealed as HBO Twitter accounts hacked

Data leaks
GSMArena.com

Kirin 970 specs appear on Weibo

Mobile devices Hardware
Tnooz

WordPress for hotels - an effective alternative to increase direct bookings

Websites Travel
@ruhanirabin via The Verge , The Outline , Ars Technica

Squarespace says it’s removing ‘a group of sites’ as internet cracks down on hate speech

Communities Websites
Re/code , TechCrunch

Twitter is joining its fellow tech companies in clamping down on the Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi website

Communities
@ruhanirabin via The Verge

Twitter starts organizing tweets by topics in the Explore tab

Publishing
Bloomberg , Business Insider , Business Insider , +1

Trump Says Amazon Does ‘Great Damage’ to Retailers

Retail US elections
CNN Tech

Squarespace is latest to purge sites after Charlottesville

Communities Websites Diversity
TechCrunch

Ghost, the open source blogging system, is ready for prime time

Software development
TechCrunch

What Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and others are doing to tackle hate speech

Communities
Wired

After Charlottesville, Dark Humor Helps Twitter Grieve

New York Times Bits

Pinpointing Your Whereabouts on Twitter

Productivity Cloud Photos
Re/code

Facebook and Twitter aren’t changing their terms of service following violent protests in Charlottesville

Communities Foreign affairs Diversity
Ars Technica

Trump can block people on Twitter if he wants, administration says

Legal US elections