Twitter bans 70,000 QAnon accounts as conservatives report lost followers

Twitter bans 70,000 QAnon accounts as conservatives report lost followers

Twitter has permanently suspended over 70,000 accounts since Friday in an attempt to clamp down on QAnon-fueled conspiracies on its service, the company has announced. It says the accounts were “engaged in sharing harmful QAnon-associated content at scale and were primarily dedicated to the propagation of this conspiracy theory across the service.” At the same time, prominent conservative voices on Twitter complained about lost followers. Twitter began suspending accounts on Friday afternoon, two days after President Trump incited a mob that broke into the US Capitol building. Twitter categorized the suspensions as part of an attempt to “protect the conversation... Read More
Sean Bean joins cast as the elusive Mr. Wilford in Snowpiercer S2 trailer

Sean Bean joins cast as the elusive Mr. Wilford in Snowpiercer S2 trailer

Sean Bean joins the cast as the mysterious Mr. Wilford for Snowpiercer‘s second season, premiering on January 25 on TNT. Is there any series that is not improved by the addition of Sean Bean (aka Ned Stark in the first season of Game of Thrones)? TNT clearly doesn’t think so, bringing Bean on board for the second season of Snowpiercer, the television reboot of the critically acclaimed 2013 film by Oscar-winning director Bong Joon-ho (Parasite). Bean will play visionary billionaire Mr. Wilford, who invented an eternal engine that is now driving a massive train filled with survivors around and around the world... Read More
Apple, Microsoft, Panasonic, Samsung, And Sony

Apple, Microsoft, Panasonic, Samsung, And Sony

The i900 Omnia works on a Microsoft Windows Cell 6.1 Skilled working system which supports Microsoft Workplace document viewing capabilities & a PDF viewer which can let you view the files in PDF format. I want to work together with textual content, and books frustrate me in that regard. Once I read a controversial self-help e-book, I need to click on ‘comments’ to see how others responded. Once I read a very compelling (or really weak) novel, I desperately wish to visit Amazon to see how well it is selling and browse different folks’s opinions. Even when I learn the... Read More