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Remember what I said about deactivating Twitter? About that…

Remember what I said about deactivating Twitter? About that...

My attempt at quitting Twitter has ended in complete failure. I reactivated my account this morning. Why did I do this? I realized I was missing out on things. A lot of information is conveyed through Twitter. When you cut yourself off from Twitter, you are removing yourself from the flow of timely information. For …

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Rotten Tomatoes employs anti-troll countermeasures

Rotten Tomatoes employs anti-troll countermeasures - Bent Corner

Rotten Tomatoes, the film and television review-aggregation website announced new changes. Namely, how users will interact with and let their opinions be heard on the Rotten Tomatoes. They will no longer allow trolls to brigade the website and declare a project is a failure.

Wil Wheaton left Twitter, then got kicked off fake Twitter

Wil Wheaton left Twitter, then got kicked off fake Twitter - Bent Corner

Former child actor and Internet social activist Wil Wheaton decided to leave Twitter. The reason? Because Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey refused to ban Info Wars host Alex Jones, someone Wheaton didn’t like. I’ve got to admit, I enjoy the comedy stylings of Alex Jones, although not directly from the man himself. I like him best …

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Tweet at Donald Trump and your account may be flagged as ‘potentially abusive’

I follow Donald Trump on Twitter. I don’t know why I do it. I don’t like Donald Trump. I didn’t vote for Donald Trump. I think most of what he has done since becoming President has been wrong. I guess I follow Donald Trump on Twitter to see all the stupid and unnecessary things he …

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Facebook paid only 0.3% taxes on $1.34 billion in profits

Facebook earned over $1.34 billion in profits, yet because of various tax gimmicks involving the country of Ireland and the Cayman Islands, they only paid $4.64 million in taxes. That works out to be a tax rate of 0.3%. If it wasn’t for the Internet, Facebook wouldn’t exist. If it wasn’t for the federal government, …

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