For his comments made in the wake of the El Paso shooting, Twitter has decided to delete Neil deGrasse Tyson. They now prefer the clued-in diatribes of Smash Mouth.
After Twitter took down an account devoted to protecting Julian Assange, the people fought back. It may seem small, but the larger picture is anything but.
@Unity4J, one of the largest Twitter accounts supporting Julian Assange has been taken down. The social media platform gave no reason for doing so.
This morning, we woke to find that the fanbases of One Direction, Beyonce, Justin Bieber and BTS want comedian Alex Williamson’s head on a pike.
As part of their marketing push, The US Army took to Twitter to ask the average American how serving their country affected them. They really shouldn’t have.