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  2. Twitter - Wikipedia

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    Twitter is an American microblogging and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as "tweets". Registered users can post, like, and retweet tweets, but unregistered users can only read those that are publicly available.

  3. Aldo Group - Wikipedia

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    Products: Shoes & Accessories: Revenue: 1,700 M$ Divisions: ALDO, Call It Spring & GLOBO: Website: Official website

  4. Markie Post - Wikipedia

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    Post was born in Palo Alto, California, on November 4, 1950. Her father, Richard F. Post, worked as a physicist; her mother, Marylee (Armstrong) Post, was a poet. The second of the couple's three children, she and her two siblings were raised in Stanford and Walnut Creek. She attended Las Lomas High School and was a cheerleader.

  5. Twitter acquires Slack-like company Quill to improve ...

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    Twitter Inc said on Tuesday it acquired Slack competitor Quill to help the social networking company improve its own messaging tools. The acquisition comes as Twitter recently named a new chief ...

  6. New York Post - Wikipedia

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    Social media networks Twitter and Facebook initially limited the spread of the Post story on their platforms, citing policies restricting the sharing of hacked material and personal information; this decision proved controversial, with many critics, including Republican U.S. senator Ted Cruz of Texas and a Harvard Law School lecturer, deriding ...

  7. Microblogging - Wikipedia

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    They implement basic Twitter features and allow users to comment to others' posts, as well as a post with graphical emoticons, attach an image, music and video files. [ citation needed ] A survey by the Data Center of China Internet from 2010 showed that Chinese micro-blog users most often pursued content created by friends, experts in a ...

  8. The Jerusalem Post - Wikipedia

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    In 2020, The Daily Beast identified a network of false personas used to sneak opinion pieces aligned with UAE government policy to media outlets such as The Jerusalem Post. Twitter suspended some of the accounts of these fake persons on its own platform. In January 2022, The Jerusalem Post's website was hacked by pro-Iranian actors.

  9. Caroline Criado Perez - Wikipedia

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    Caroline Emma Criado Perez OBE (born 1984) is a British feminist author, journalist and activist.Her first national campaign, the Women's Room project, aimed to increase the presence of female experts in the media.