Twitter refuses to rule out suspending Trump's account

Twitter says it labels tweets to provide 'context not fact-checking'

In a statement, a Snap spokesperson said: "We are not now promoting the president's content on Snapchat's Discover platform..." However, the app is no longer promoting the president's content via its Discover platform, where you can view pictures and clips from other users, including celebrities, public figures, and media outlets.

Besides, followed by the 9-year-old Californian social media start-up's announcement to renounce Trump's account from its promoted section, NYSE-listed Snap Inc. shares had tumbled as much as 4.27 per cent in the late-afternoon United States trading hours on Wednesday, however, Snap Inc.

Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale accused Snap of trying to "rig the election by promoting Biden while suppressing Trump's content".

Snapchat announced that there will no longer be any sort of promotion on president trump's Snapchat account.

Snapchat notably has no central news feed, unlike most social media platforms, and has consistently emphasized the role of interpersonal communication over broadcasting.

Snapchat has 229 million daily active users. If you're a conservative, they do not want to hear from you, they do not want you to vote.

While Trump did not post these comments on Snapchat, the company said the president's comments this weekend "have no place in our society". Snapchat also heavily curates the "Discover" section of the app which his different to the approach of competitors.

The ads themselves will be unaffected by the decision my Snapchat but they will no longer provide "free promotion" to Trump.

The decision came after Trump made posts on Twitter suggesting violence and "domination" against those rioting in cities across the country over George Floyd's death.

Zuckerberg is facing intense pressure to take more action on Trump's posts. His content will still be fully accessible to the public, so his followers and those searching for his account can still see it. Twitter added a warning label to the tweet, saying it violated the policy against glorifying violence, while Facebook left it up - a decision that has caused a backlash among Facebook employees against CEO Mark Zuckerberg. "We have spoken time and again about working hard to make a positive impact, and we will walk the talk with the content we promote on Snapchat".



Latest news

Sebastian Bars to Reopen Friday as Florida Begins Phase 2
The Florida governor's office, along with the Department of Health, could not immediately be reached for comment. Forty-one deaths were also confirmed Thursday, bringing the state's coronavirus death toll to morethan 2,600.

Google tracks users in 'incognito' mode, $5 billion suit claims
Some users believe that their search history is not being tracked when using Incognito Mode, but Google say this is not the case. The proposed lawsuit mentions "millions" of Google users since June 1, 2016 who have browsed the internet in "private" mode.

Jobless claims decline in Alabama as economy reopens
Kansas, for example, started paying out PUA benefits the week of May 25 and said it reported numbers to the DOL. The Maine Department of Labor said it's continuing to investigate unemployment impostor fraud.

The Dragon Has Landed! Elon Musk's SpaceX Spacecraft Arrives at Space Station
But in 2011, it wasn't yet clear which company would get there first, or which astronauts would be selected for that mission. The aim was to restore the US's ability to launch its own astronauts into space after the space shuttle program ended.

Scientists say they have found the cleanest air in the world
Scientists gathered samples during the NSF-funded SOCRATES field campaign, led by research scientist and coauthor Paul DeMott. Via wind patterns, airborne microorganisms can travel vast distances.

Other news