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Timeline details student's relationship with killer Melvin Rowland ate dinner with another woman after shooting Lauren McCluskey. Just received from Twitter oh so it was an error. Twitter's board fired Jack Dorsey once, and they should do it again. He has proven himself incapable of managing a company that has, unfortunately, become an important part of our social fabric. Without a change, Twitter will be making the same broken promises 10 years from now.

This is a mistake Twitter has made thousands of times. This man was threatening to kill people on Twitter all month long. Twitter's made some strides but not nearly enough. Women haven't been trying to explain. They've been competently explaining for years. No one wanted to listen. I would love to know what is behind the mistake, people not paid enough to care?

People following rules blindly? Random automated responses sent? I get this is not an easy job but come on the intent of the tweet to intimidate was obvious http: Twitter suspending the guy's account after he'd already been arrested for doing the stuff he promised to do on Twitter is peak Twitter. If they did, they'd protect us. Mail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc posted photos of some of the homes he later mailed explosives to as part of a series of tweets threatening the lives of Joe Biden, Maxine Waters, the Clintons, and his other targets http: Jack thinks he can monitor the discourse with algos.

Wait, the bomber violated the term of services? Twitter needs to be held accountable for this. Hey jack, still waiting for you to respond to this. Let us know what combination of words you'll use to deflect responsibility here. He threatened individuals on Twitter, and his account was still active while he was sending bombs. They suspended it not for what it ays about him but what allowing all his garbage says about them.

We are investigating what happened and will continue to work to improve how we handle concerns raised by anyone on Twitter. We want Twitter to be a place where people feel safe, and we know we have lot of work to do. China Telecom has been using poisoned internet routes to suck up massive amounts of US and Canadian internet traffic. China systematically hijacks internet traffic: Researchers discover China has at least ten PoPs it uses to hijack internet infrastructure.

I wrote about why the digital footprints left behind by the mail bomb suspect and the Pittsburgh shooter are so unsettling. And why it seems that toxic online behavior is spilling into the streets more frequently http: Looking at the social media accounts of this week's crop of domestic terrorists, the largest impression is how indistinguishable they are from so many trolls we deal with daily http: The online environment of hate and conspiracy is spilling into real life.

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The rich are banning screens from class altogether. Panic in the Valley: Parents, nannies and iPhone vigilantes. Dark consensus about screens and kids emerges in Silicon Valley. We learned our lesson. We let our older kids have early access — this was before social media took off. Our youngest still doesn't have a phone and most of her peers don't as well.

Big reversal from, say, Exactly how I feel about people running night clubs who don't let their 2nd graders drink at the bar. Not sure there's a consensus at all. Surely these tech leaders would be best placed to teach their kids how to use technology safely? I'm willing to bet anything that kids in Silicon Valley access screens as much as other kids in the US—sensationalist journalism notwithstanding http: Would've been awesome to talk to an expert- sociologist, psychologist, anthropologist, etc - about what screen time actually does.

This article is so important. So many schools rushing to infuse more technology. They would do better to spend more time limiting access to technology.

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