Kevin Roose

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On Tuesday, Twitter used a fact-check label on two of President Trump’s tweets about voting by mail.

Does President Trump have a First Amendment right to say what he wants on Twitter?

On Tuesday, Twitter used a fact-check label on two of President Trump’s tweets about voting by mail.

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President Trump invited conservative think tanks, at least one conspiracy theorist, and some alt-right extremists to what he's calling a “social media summit” at the White House today.

Trump hosts 'social media summit' without social media companies

President Trump invited conservative think tanks, at least one conspiracy theorist, and some alt-right extremists to what he's calling a “social media summit” at the White House today.

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Turning to a different Silicon Valley story, Snapchat is seeking another round of funding from venture capital firms.

Snapchat Branches Out

Turning to a different Silicon Valley story, Snapchat is seeking another round of funding from venture capital firms.

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