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(10,169 posts)
Wed Nov 18, 2020, 01:13 AM Nov 2020

Twitter goes after Instagram

According to an article in the San Jose Mercury, Twitter will now allow "Fleets", tweets that disappear after 24 hours.
Can this be used in a nefarious way by popular Twitter personalities, especially those in politics?
Can the "Way back engine" capture these forever?


(14,118 posts)
2. I remember back when the world was in a mess and that was before there was a
Wed Nov 18, 2020, 07:05 AM
Nov 2020

Facebook, Twitter or Cambridge Analytica. Not all advances in technology can be viewed
as progress. Or productive.


(10,169 posts)
3. I agree completely
Wed Nov 18, 2020, 10:52 AM
Nov 2020

I have been deeply involved in tech for my whole life. While I can tell lots of interesting stories about the industry, I can say I have never seen any tech actually improve anyone's life.


(27,627 posts)
4. That fits in with the conspiracy base, they jump from one debunked conspiracy to another in 24 hours
Wed Nov 18, 2020, 11:05 AM
Nov 2020


This will further create craziness in our society by people constantly jumping from one line of bullshit top another, and then they can't refer to it later on. It's worse than FOX News hyping some bullshit, and when it's debunked, they just move to the next without telling their rube viewers that the crap they sold them was, well crap.


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