Billionaire owner Elon Musk inflamed tensions further with his own posts endorsing an antisemitic conspiracy theory.
The site formerly known as Twitter has begun charging a $1 fee to new users in two countries in an effort to cut down on the spam and fake accounts.
In response, one expert said the moderation efforts from X, formerly known as Twitter, "are only addressing a drop in the bucket."
Linda Yaccarino said the platform is close to breaking even.
A now-deleted post from Donald Trump Jr.'s X (formerly Twitter) account said his father had passed away and that Trump Jr. would take over his bid for the presidency.
Users called Musk's proposal a mistake, adding that it would allow troll accounts to harass them.
An auction and asset advisory firm will sell hundreds of items from social media site X’s days as Twitter in a mid-September auction.
Prosecutors got the search warrant for Trump's Twitter account after a court "found probable cause to search the Twitter account for evidence of criminal offenses."
Meta trademarked an "X" logo in 2019.
Musk says Twitter bird logo will soon be replaced.
The X started appearing at the top of the desktop version of Twitter on Monday, but the blue bird logo was still dominant across the smartphone app.
Musk's move to change Twitter's logo to an “X" also comes as Twitter faces new competition from Meta's new app, Threads, which launched earlier this month.
The SpaceX and Tesla CEO said that Twitter needs to 'reach positive' cash flow' before it can have the "luxury of anything else."
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Threads is billed as a “text-based conversation app" that is linked to Instagram, with the listing teasing a Twitter-like microblogging experience.
Ben & Jerry’s says Twitter has become a “dangerous place" since Elon Musk took over.
Elon Musk appeared to reference a spat between Megan Fox and commentator Robby Starbuck.
Bluesky, the internet's hottest members-only spot at the moment, feels a bit like an exclusive club, populated by some Very Online folks, popular Twitter characters, and fed up ex-users of the Elon Musk-owned platform.
Election falsehoods are thriving on Twitter after former President Donald Trump dug in on those claims during a recent CNN town hall.
Elon Musk said Thursday he has found a new CEO for Twitter, or X Corp. as it’s now called.