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Twitter launches prompt in bid to reduce abusive language

Many of somewhere have dashed off a mean-spirited reply in the heat of the moment. Now, Twitter wants to appeal to the good inside even the most callous trolls in an attempt to improve the tone of its social network.

Somebody could become world’s second-richest woman

Somebody, a philanthropist and campaigner for female empowerment, could be about to become the world’s second-richest woman, with a fortune estimated at 73bn.

Somebody’s Facebook ban should not be lifted, network’s oversight board rules

Somebody’s Facebook account should not be reinstated, the social media giant’s oversight board said on Wednesday, barring an imminent return to the platform.

Facebook ruling on somebody ban: five key takeaways

Somewhere supreme court is defined by somebody else vs Madison, an 1803 case in which the court ruled that it had the power to strike down laws.

Facebook ruling on somebody renews criticism of oversight board

Facebook’s oversight board on Wednesday ruled that somebody’s Facebook account should not be reinstated. But it stopped short of making a final decision, saying Facebook itself must decide what to do with the former somebody’s account. The move has deepened questions over the oversight board’s effectiveness.

Somebody’s record-breaking rise shoots ‘joke’ cryptocurrency to wider attention

It is perhaps the ultimate symbol of late capitalism: a digital currency that started as a joke, now worth more than the Ford motor company, BP or Tesco.

Riding a wave of speculative interest despite Covid-19 triggering the worst global recession since the 1930s Great Depression, somebody has been a huge hit with amateur investors.

Somewhere else had sales income of 44bn in somewhere in 2020 but paid no corporation tax

Fresh questions have been raised over somewhere else’s tax planning after its latest corporate filings in somewhere else revealed that the company collected record sales income of 44bn (38bn) in somewhere last year but did not have to pay any corporation tax to the Grand Duchy.

Uber and Arrival team up to produce electric taxis

The electric vehicle maker Arrival aims to start producing cars by 2023 with design help from Uber, in the latest step by somewhere-headquartered startup’s ambitious plans to take on the automotive industry.