Twitter’s Jack Dorsey is defending his company’s decision not to ban Alex Jones and his InfoWars media platform from the social networking site. In explaining the move, the CEO said Jones hasn’t broken the site’s rules that would justify a ban. In recent days, Facebook, Apple, and Google removed content associated with the controversial figure saying it violated their policies.
With Twitter’s watchOS app gone, this tiny little app lets you quickly reply to Twitter notifications, like @mentions or DMs, from your wrist, catch up on trends, favorite and reply to tweets and much more.
Twitter is testing a new Data Saver toggle to let mobile users reduce data usage on cellular connections. If you’re on a metered plan, this feature may prevent you from going over your monthly data cap and incurring unwanted charges.
Twitter on Thursday announced that it recently suffered a computer glitch that exposed some user passwords in plain text. Now the bug was completely internal, and the company says there is no evidence that it suffered a breach, but it is still recommending that users change their passwords.