|Bid||38.63 x 468100|
|Ask||38.67 x 59600|
|Day's range||38.60 - 39.20|
|52-week range||22.60 - 41.49|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.23|
|PE ratio (TTM)||12.76|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
The Terminal is Square’s third hardware product launched in the UK and does not need to be linked to a smartphone or tablet to function.
One in five users say they had their privacy violated on social media, according to an exclusive new Verizon Media survey.
U.S. social media company Twitter Inc has blocked the accounts of Cuban Communist Party Leader Raul Castro, his daughter Mariela Castro and Cuba's top state-run media outlets, a move the Cuban Union of Journalists denounced as "massive censorship". Dozens of accounts of journalists for Cuban state-run media as well as the official account for the Communications Ministry were also blocked in the crackdown late on Wednesday. Asked to comment on the suspensions, a Twitter spokesman said that the company’s platform manipulation policies prohibit users artificially amplifying or disrupting conversations by using multiple accounts.
America’s biggest tech companies including Facebook have faced accusations of anti-conservative bias from politicians and others, but a top executive at the social network flatly refutes that claim.
PayPal Co-Founder Max Levchin says that Facebook and Google have vast amounts of data on their users.
Manchester United's Paul Pogba was a target of racist abuse online after missing a penalty in a Premier game last month and Twitter had said it would discuss the issue with the club and British anti-discriminatory body Kick It Out. Chelsea boss Frank Lampard called on social media firms to register their users in order to stamp out racist comments after defender Kurt Zouma and striker Tammy Abraham were targeted. "In the past two weeks, we've taken action on more than 700 examples of abuse and hateful conduct related to UK football," Twitter UK said.
Twitter said it has taken action on more than 700 cases of "abuse and hateful conduct" related to football in Britain in the last two weeks and promised on Wednesday to continue its efforts to curb the menace. Manchester United's Paul Pogba was a target of racist abuse online after missing a penalty in a Premier game last month and Twitter had said it would discuss the issue with the club and British anti-discriminatory body Kick It Out. Chelsea boss Frank Lampard called on social media firms to register their users in order to stamp out racist comments after defender Kurt Zouma and striker Tammy Abraham were targeted.
Betaworks Ventures founder John Borthwick has gotten tech companies like Giphy, bitly, and even Twitter off the ground, but that doesn’t mean he can’t see the major drawbacks and dangers of technology.
Last Friday's Twitter hack shocked the world. It saw the account of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey taken over and used to post a series of rogue tweets.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard called on social media firms to register their users in order to stamp out racist comments after defender Kurt Zouma became the latest player to be subjected to online abuse on Twitter on Saturday. Zouma was targeted after he scored a late own goal in Chelsea's 2-2 draw with Sheffield United. "We have to look at the social media and the platforms, and give some accountability to people who register, so they can be chased down for it," Lampard told reporters.
Alphabet has been busy thwarting the Hong Kong influence campaign, opening up Waymo data for licensing, suggesting privacy standards, dealing with kids and outdoing other personal assistants.
In a newly released interview, one top tech venture capitalist said Trump’s leadership has begun to hurt American companies.
Facebook banned conservative news outlet The Epoch Times from advertising on its platforms following breaches of its transparency rules for political ads.
Edited: Updated to clarify that this feature began rolling out in Westernregions in February 2018, but just extended to Hong Kong, too
Google said yesterday that it would be shutting down 210 YouTube channels pumping out misinformation about the Hong Kong protests.
Facebook (FB) and Twitter (TWTR) are yet again the center of attention over claims of propagating disinformation, this time for the Hong Kong protests.