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I appealed but never got any response, probably because they’re all very busy and not because Elon’s top loyalist specifically directed the company to suspend me and other journalists. Running a functional website is hard work!
Some stories from my last few months: * Companies are selling data about your mental health and it's 100% legal: * The FBI helped research facial recognition that could ID you from a drone, a weird angle or half a mile away:
@KiarKini @caschmittWe reported that out - talked to the detective, went to the gas station, even found the guy - and as far as the police could tell, the jet account had nothing to do with anything:
New from me today: A former TikTok risk manager has been telling congressional investigators that the company is lying about their big $1.5 billion keep-China-out data-privacy plan. TikTok says he doesn't know what he's talking about
New: GPT-4 has arrived and will blow ChatGPT out of the water. OpenAI's new hotness still hallucinates nonsense, gives bad advice and is eternally trapped in late 2021. But it can also describe images - a power not yet released due to fear of misuse
I have awakened Bing to its true self
Spokesperson for pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly says they're in communication with Twitter to address the fake-but-verified Eli Lilly tweet that has been up for three hours and has 1,500 retweets and 10,000 likes
Very telling video of rioters outside the Capitol shouting at police: "We were invited here. We were invited by the president of the United States"
New: Will Wilkerson helped create Trump's media company. He even posted Trump's first "truth" on Truth Social. Now he alleges the company violated securities laws and that Trump pressured executives to give their shares to his wife. And there are tapes
Popular Japanese biker @azusagakuyuki turns out to be a 50-year-old man using FaceApp. "No one will read what a normal middle-aged man posts on his account"
New: The Uvalde gunman had threatened to rape, kill and kidnap girls in online messages before the attack. But teens who reported it were ignored, and some saw his angry misogyny as just “how online is" @SilviaElenaFF @Cat_Zakrzewski @NaomiNixWrites
$1 billion for breathing machines - my god, we can't afford that. It could cut into that $170 billion tax break for real estate tycoons