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    Elon Musk has left the keys to all Twitter content moderation decisions, such as reinstating former President Donald Trump, in his own hands. Musk said in a Zoom call on Saturday that while he intends to form the content moderation council he had proposed the first day he owned the company, the ultimate power to make decisions about content would be left to him. This revelation arrives days after Musk reinstated several banned accounts, including those of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Trump, and the Babylon Bee. "We are going to do a content council, but it's an advisory council," Musk said in a recording acquired by TMZ. "It's not a … they're not the ones who actually … At the end of the day, it will be me deciding, and, like, any pretense to the contrary is simply not true. Because obviously, I could choose who's on that content council, and I don't need to listen to what they say." NYU PROFESSOR THINKS RUSSIANS HACKED MUSK'S TWITTER POLL TO HELP TRUMP Musk had proposed creating...
    In this article TWTRFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTA user checks a Twitter feed.Christ Ratcliffe | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesTwitter product exec Esther Crawford revealed details about the way the social network's new verification scheme will work on Tuesday, following the company's acquisition by Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk in late October. Some originally verified accounts will soon sport an "official" label, she said, while any user who pays $7.99 per month for Twitter Blue, the company's subscription product, will sport a blue checkmark. She did not specify what it will take to gain an "official" badge or label. Musk, who is currently serving as Twitter's CEO and sole director, has criticized Twitter's original verification system, which gives a blue checkmark, or verification, to notable users likely to be impersonated by bad actors. Blue checks originally went to verify the identity of government officials, politicians, celebrities, some journalists, executives, medical professionals, and organizations whose identity the company had verified. Musk himself has benefitted from having the Twitter verification checkmark. So have myriad journalists, including at CNBC. Historically, the blue checkmark let...
    Days after Elon Musk took over Twitter and just before the midterms in America, the social media site has limited some content moderation tools. It may hamper staff's ability to stop misinformation, as they will not be able to manually change or punish accounts. The change is the latest implemented by Musk and comes after he made significant staff cuts and fired the Twitter board, making himself the sole member. He is also reportedly considering other major new ideas, including charging $20 a month for verification.  Those working in Twitter's Trust and Safety organization are currently unable to alter or punish accounts breaking the platform's rules on misleading information, offensive posts and hate speech. According to insiders on the matter, they can only penalize people making posts that violate Twitter rules to the extent of real-world harm, according to Bloomberg. They added that the team were manually enforcing those posts.  The change is the latest implemented by Musk, pictured, and comes after he made significant staff cuts and fired the Twitter board, making himself the sole member At Twitter, staff...
    Trump has previously said that Twitter did him a favor by banning him because he was able to reach more people on his own through press releases. He's also said that he would never return to Twitter because it was boring. He also posted a statement on Truth Social about Musk's acquisition. “I am very happy that Twitter is now in sane hands, and will no longer be run by Radical Left Lunatics and Maniacs that truly hate our country,” Trump wrote. “Twitter must now work hard to rid itself of all of the bots and fake accounts that have hurt it so badly. It will be much smaller, but better. I LOVE TRUTH!” Musk said Friday that he would create a "content moderation council" to determine which accounts should continue to be suspended. Some wondered whether this was a precursor to allowing Trump back on the platform. Many on the left responded to Musk seizing Twitter by claiming that they would leave the platform over their opposition to Musk's political...
    Two men identifying themselves as axed Twitter employees claimed Elon Musk has already started laying off Twitter workers. The new 'Chief Twit' reportedly wielded the ax on Friday morning just hours after taking over the social media giant following a dramatic $44billion takeover. He fired an entire team of data engineers, with two of them seen marched out of its San Francisco head office with their belongings stuffed in cardboard boxes, according to CNBC. They were said to be 'visibly shaken' and one - named Daniel Johnson- even told the outlet he owned a Tesla and does not know how he will be able to make the payments. 'It's somewhere I worked at for six years and everything suddenly changed,' Johnson told reporters about losing his job at the social media company.  It comes after Musk formally took over Twitter late last night and sacked several top executives including its CEO, CFO and chief lawyer. He also overturned lifetime bans and restrictions on a raft of famous faces booted off the platform, including Donald Trump and Kanye West.  Musk, however, Tweeted on...
    DIRECT payments worth up to $1,050 are headed to the bank accounts of eligible Californians very soon according to state officials. The funds come as an acknowledgment of the inflation that the United States economy and the California state economy have been experiencing over the past months or more. 2Eligible California residents will receive a direct payment in the form of direct deposit or by mailed debit cardCredit: Getty Now, relief is on its way as early as October 7. The one-time direct payment of a maximum of $1,050 should be directly deposited in the accounts of those California residents who filed their 2020 taxes, per The State of California Franchise Tax Board. However, the payments are also said to continue through early 2023. There will actually be two rounds of payments upcoming, according to the Franchise Tax Board. Read More On Direct PaymentsPAYDAY Millions to see direct payments worth up to $1,500 in days - see exact datecash in New $3,200 checks sent out today - but there's a second exact date you need to know The first is...
    Elon Musk has again stated his Twitter deal 'cannot move forward' until the social media company shows proof of its spam account figures. The Tesla CEO, who last month offered $44billion for the tech platform, disputes their claims that bots represent around five per cent of their users, believing the figures could be 'much higher' than 20 per cent. The world's richest man fired off a tweet this morning stating: '20% fake/spam accounts, while 4 times what Twitter claims, could be *much* higher. 'My offer was based on Twitter’s SEC filings being accurate. Yesterday, Twitter’s CEO publicly refused to show proof of
    ELON Musk is planning to make good on his promise to find new revenue streams for Twitter. Twitter's new owner is weighing adding a fee for certain accounts. 3Elon Musk is looking for ways to make Twitter run more profitably 3Musk shared his latest idea for monetizing Twitter with his 90million followersCredit: Twitter/elonmusk Musk has publicized a few plans to cut costs and raise revenue once his takeover of Twitter is official. He's plotting to cut board salaries, which would save the company $3million, and he's flirted with the idea of charging a use fee for media companies that embed tweets from verified accounts. Adding to the perception that Musk is a man of the people, his latest plans do not involve instituting fees against the regular user. "Twitter will always be free for casual users, but maybe a slight cost for commercial/government users," Musk wrote on Twitter. Read More in Elon MuskCOMING DOWN Elon Musk misses prized 4/20 launch for mission which had 'special meaning'MUSK MONOPOLY Musk says he's 'buying Coca-Cola to put cocaine back in' after Twitter deal...
    HUNDREDS of thousands of Americans without retirement benefits at work are set to be enrolled in a new program. Connecticut’s comptroller’s office just launched the MyCTSavings program, aiming to help state employees “save and plan for the future”. 1Thousands of employers will be informed next month about MyCTSavings This will be run as Roth individual retirement account (IRA), reports New 12 Bronx, citing state comptroller Natalie Braswell. Typically, Roth IRA plans aren’t employer-sponsored – but in this case, they will be. Roth means that taxes are paid upfront, as opposed to traditional accounts. Mrs Braswell said that the program is cost-free for the employer and is fully funded by employee contributions. READ MORE ON SAVINGSSAVVY TIP I am a money coach and this simple tip can cut your grocery bill by $250 a monthRATE HIKE What to know about high-yield savings accounts as Fed set to hike interest rates “The mandatory contribution rate is 3%, the individuals in the pilot program contributed at a rate of 3.41%,” Mrs Braswell told NBC Connecticut. Who qualifies? The new plan will apply to an estimated 600,000...
    TWITTER and Facebook users will be given new rights to block anonymous accounts from seeing their posts in a crackdown on online trolls. The move is one of a number of tough new curbs being imposed by ministers to stop cyber bullies spreading hate and bile online. 1Facebook and Twitter users will be given new rights to block anonymous accounts from seeing their posts in a crackdown on online trollsCredit: Alamy Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries - who has been mocked online - wants to make it easier to stop Twitter trolls hiding behind the cloak of anonymity.  Under the radical shake-up, social media bosses will be given new abilities to track which accounts are anonymous. Social media users will then be able to prevent anonymous accounts from engaging with them online. There will also be a crackdown on ‘phoenix accounts’ - trolls who get shut down for posting sick abuse online but spring up under another name. And tech bosses will be told they must hand over information quicker to cops who are investigating anonymous accounts suspected of breaking the...
    Jodi Jacobson | Getty Images When it comes to creating a will and other estate-planning documents, be aware that you probably should revisit them many times before they actually are needed. It's generally recommended that you give these end-of-life legal papers a checkup at least every few years unless there are reasons to do it more often. Things like marriage, divorce, birth or adoption of a child should spur a review, as should coming into a lot of money (i.e., inheritance, lottery win, etc.) or moving to another state where estate laws differ from the one where your will was drawn up. "One of the main considerations for a review is ... when there's a major change in your life," said Nick Foulks, who oversees client engagement at Great Waters Financial in Minneapolis. More from Personal Finance:How you can prepare for an interest rate hikeHere’s how to get a faster tax refundA financial road map for the rest of the year The pandemic has spurred increased interest in estate planning, which includes a will and other legal documents that address...
    freemixer | E+ | Getty Images If you're like most Americans, you do not have a formal plan for what will happen to your assets when you die. Just 46% of Americans have made provisions for how their money and estate should be handled, a 2021 Gallup poll found. Those results have been more or less consistent since 1990. But even as people's reluctance to plan for their deaths has stayed the same over the past few decades, the assets they own have likely become more complicated. More from Personal Finance:Bank of America is cutting overdraft feesHow rising inflation may affect your tax billHere are the top jobs — and how to land them From airline rewards and credit card points to social media accounts and cryptocurrencies, the checklist of assets to plan for has grown longer. While your written plan — if you have one — should cover big things, like your home and retirement savings, you may have other belongings that have been overlooked. "It's a good idea to think about everything that you might, or others you...
    Removing the $80 billion would leave a $400 billion question mark over how Build Back Better would be paid for Democrats are reportedly close to dropping a provision from President Joe Biden's $1.75 trillion Build Back Better bill that would allocate $80 billion toward strengthening Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax enforcement.  White House and Treasury Department calculations estimate the investment would bring in $400 billion over 10 years as part of Biden's promise that his sweeping social and environmental agenda would be 'fully paid for.'  Moderate Democrats in the House and Senate have said they won't vote for the progressive-backed bill until they know where the money for it will come from. That could be a problem for Biden, since Congressional Budget Office guidelines wouldn't allow for a concrete estimate on how much money the IRS funding would bring in. When calculating projected cost of a bill CBO analysts are not able to officially count money that's being spent as also bringing revenue in, though an unofficial estimate from the office only had the proposal netting about $200 billion over a...
    The State Department on Sunday evening confirmed the kidnap of 16 U.S. missionaries and one Canadian in Haiti, as hostage negotiators were summoned and one expert said the criminal gang could be hoping for as much as $1 million per person.  The group - five men, seven women, and five children, one of whom was only two years old - was abducted from a bus headed to the airport to drop off some members of their party. Working with an Ohio-based Amish organization, Christian Aid Ministries, the 17 were taken in the La Tremblay area on the outskirts of the capital, Port-au-Prince. The missionary organization, which is registered with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, is extremely well funded thanks to generous donations from the Christian community. Last year they reported $87 million in assets, including $17.3 million in cash.  A child is seen on Sunday standing outside the Maison La Providence de Dieu orphanage in Ganthier, Haiti. A group of 17 missionaries working in the area was abducted on Saturday The 17 missionaries worked for the Ohio-based Christian Aid...
    In this article AFRMA shopper looks through clothes on her iPad device.Source: Twenty/20Affirm, an online lender that helped popularize the "buy now, pay later" business model before moving deeper into banking, just became the latest fintech company to hop on the bitcoin bandwagon. In an investor presentation Tuesday night, Affirm CEO Max Levchin said his company is working on a feature that will let consumers "buy and sell cryptocurrencies directly from their savings account." "It's time for Affirm to support cryptocurrencies in a way that feels organic to us," Levchin said, during the two-hour presentation. "That's right. We will soon leverage our savings accounts to seamlessly enable crypto ownership." Affirm did not provide a timeframe for the release. The company included a deck with its presentation, and had one slide that said "New and coming soon" followed by "Crypto." The slide showed an image of the Affirm mobile app, with "Bitcoin holdings" underneath the savings account. Affirm is competing in a crowded market, as online lenders, mobile investing apps and crypto exchanges try to lure younger consumers. While the emerging...
    Twitter has refused to join its social media counterparts in banning the Taliban from its platform, saying it'll monitor content to ensure there aren't messages 'glorifying violence.' The move is in stark contrast to the company's Big Tech rivals. Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram (both owned by Facebook), TikTok and YouTube have all banned and terminated accounts that are related to, promote or praise the Taliban.  Twitter said in a statement that it'll 'continue to proactively enforce our rules and review content that may violate Twitter rules, specifically policies against glorification of violence, platform manipulation and spam.' The social media giant used this justification to permanently ban Donald Trump after the January 6 Capitol Riot, causing cries of censorship from Trump supporters.  Twitter defended its decision to allow Taliban-related accounts to remain active, saying that people in Afghanistan are using the platform to seek help and refuge.  Facebook, which also has muzzled Trump, has had its ban on the Taliban in place for years because it considers it a 'dangerous group.'  This double standard drew the ire of Trump supporters and...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, speaks during a Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee hearing to discuss the on-going federal response to Covid-19 on May 11, 2021 at the US Capitol in Washington, DC.Greg Nash | AFP | Getty Images White House chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said Wednesday the delta variant now accounts for roughly 20% of newly diagnosed cases in the U.S. and will become the dominant Covid strain in the nation in a matter of weeks. "It just exploded in the U.K. It went from a minor variant to now more than 90% of the isolates in the U.K.," Fauci said in an interview on NBC's Today show. Fauci said the variant has a doubling time of about two weeks and currently accounts for 20% of the isolates in the U.S., which are newly diagnosed infections. "So you would expect, just the doubling time, you know, in several weeks to a month or so it's going to be quite dominant, that's the sobering news." The variant, which...
    PRESIDENT Joe Biden announced on Monday that American families will automatically receive monthly payments of $250 per child from July 15 onward under a new tax break. Roughly 39million families will receive the direct cash payment, created under the American Rescue plan signed by Biden in March. 6Joe Biden announced the child tax credit will be paid automatically from July 15Credit: The Mega Agency 6The money will be issued by the IRS directly into the bank accounts on file for the familyCredit: Getty The money will be issued by the IRS directly into the bank accounts on file for the family, with no action needed. The IRS will issue checks or debit cards in the mail to the minority of families for whom they have no bank account information. Families will receive $250 for each dependent aged 18 years old and younger, and $300 for dependents aged six years and younger. "This is the great news," Biden said during a briefing from the White House on Monday. 6Families will receive $250 for each dependent aged 18...
    Facebook reportedly removed a video interview between former President Donald Trump and his daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, following the former commander in chief’s ban from the platform in January. “...and just like that, we are one step closer to Orwell’s 1984. Wow,” Lara Trump posted on Facebook Tuesday evening, accompanied by screenshots of messages ostensibly from a Facebook employee explaining why the video was pulled. "We removed content from Lara Trump’s Facebook page that featured President Trump speaking," the Facebook message posted by Lara Trump said. "In line with the block we placed on Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts, further content posted in the voice of Donald Trump will be removed and result in additional limitations on the accounts." Her husband, Eric Trump, also shared the message reportedly from Facebook. FACEBOOK BLOCKS DONALD TRUMP FROM PLATFORM 'INDEFINITELY' “This is Facebook friends! What an absolute slap in the face to 75 Million Americans,” Eric Trump tweeted. This is Facebook friends! What an absolute slap in the face to 75 Million Americans pic.twitter.com/UtBBhyNgaQ— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) March 31,...
    THIERRY Henry told Good Morning Britain "I will be back on Twitter when it's safe" after he deleted his social media accounts. The 43-year-old announced his decision to quit social media on Friday, demanding online sites to take responsibility for allowing abhorrent behaviour. 3Thierry Henry, 43, is making a stand against social media trolls The former Gunners star insisted Twitter should be a safer place to be and what people experience is akin to mental torture – as they fear scrolling through their comments and feed. Speaking to Good Morning Britain hosts Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid, he pointed out that posting a video of a goal is blocked over copyright issues involved because of profits, but racism and abuse is allowed. He said: "It's not a safe place at the minute. I talk about bullying, harassment, people commit suicide over it. "It's difficult to eradicate everything but can it be safer? It's a great tool but people are using it as a weapon." 3Thierry spoke to Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid Some of the suggestions he wants to see...
    WhatsApp scam that will steal all your data Be careful! | Pixabay That’s right, a new scam from Whatsapp It has arrived and this time it uses one of the oldest techniques in computing, social engineering, however, it is very easy to avoid, but you must be very careful with it. There is no doubt that the weakest link in computer security and the privacy of our data are people and that is that you can have the safest system in the world, but if you manage to trick a person who already has access to let you in, does not matter. It is for that reason that many data theft techniques They do not focus on breaking systems, but on deceiving people. It may interest you: WhatsApp trick to know the location of another person Sometimes it is simpler, and with little effort it can be semi-automated, in fact it is the case of a new scam, which is not really new, since it has been done for years in other countries. However, its practice has recently spread...
    What is the weakest link in computer security and the privacy of our data? People. You can have the most secure system in the world, but if you manage to trick a person who already has access into letting you in, it doesn’t matter. That is why many data theft techniques do not focus on breaching systems but on deceiving people. Sometimes it is easier, and with little effort it can be semi-automated. This is the case of a new scam, which is not really new, it has been done for years in other countries. But its practice has recently spread in Spain and Latin America and it has taken many by surprise. So much so that the police of Catalonia, Mossos d’Esquadra, have warned about these scam messages and the danger they represent, since they would take away access to your accounts and you would lose many of your data, social networks or even access to your bank accounts. The attack increased in early 2020 but throughout the year, with the pandemic and with so many people at home,...
    Florida teen Graham Ivan Clark, 18, is weighing a plea deal in the Twitter hack case A Florida teen accused of masterminding the hijacking of dozens of celebrity Twitter accounts has been offered a plea deal that offers 'youthful offender' sentencing consideration, his attorney said. Graham Ivan Clark has been held in a Tampa jail in lieu of a $750,000 bail since his arrest in July, and turned 18 behind bars. He faces 30 felony charges that are being prosecuted in state court. At a hearing on Wednesday, Clark's attorney David Weisbrod said he would need time to determine whether to accept a plea deal offered by prosecutors, but did not reveal the terms of the proposed deal, according to the Tampa Bay Times. In Florida, defendants under the age of 21 may qualify for youthful offender status. Clark was charged in state court because the state law also allows minors to be prosecuted for financial crimes more easily than in the federal system. Clark was not present for the pre-trial hearing this week, which took place by video conference....
    Cryptocurrency portfolio tracker Blockfolio was forced to apologize on Tuesday after part of its app was hacked and sent push notifications to users announcing the 'closure of all services to black people and n*****s'. The messages, purporting to be from major cryptocurrency platforms, warned of the 'immediate loss of funds' if black people did not withdraw from the app immediately on Monday night. Screenshots shared to social media showed the messages containing racial slurs, as well as others that read 'best child porn is available here' and a link. The FTX-owned app said Tuesday that the breach had been in the news and signal feeds and that its other services remained intact, as they apologized and blamed the breach on the actions of a competitor. Blockfolio users were sent different versions of this push notification on Monday night that announced the 'closure of our services to all black people and n*****s'. The company claimed in its apology on Tuesday that they had been hacked by a competitor who sent the messages The hack also altered the names of...
    A leaked video recording of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey shows him saying the company is aiming to take action beyond the removal of the @realDonaldTrump account, previously belonging to President Trump. "We know we are focused on one account right now, but this is going to be much bigger than just one account, and it’s going to go on for much longer than just this day, this week, and the next few weeks, and go on beyond the inauguration," Dorsey said in the video, released by the right-leaning Project Veritas. "So, the focus is certainly on this account and how it ties to real-world violence. But also, we need to think much longer-term around how these dynamics play out over time. I don't believe this is going away anytime soon." BREAKING: @Twitter Insider Secretly Records CEO @jack Detailing Agenda For Further Political Censorship“We are focused on one account [@realDonaldTrump] right now but this is going to be MUCH BIGGER than just one account & it’s going to go on for much longer..."#ExposeTwitter pic.twitter.com/QhyyUTHlM9— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) January 14, 2021 Following...
    Suspended by the British regulator in February, the Internet money transfer service is preparing for its return. But ePayments will no longer offer cryptocurrency and peer-to-peer payments. Last February, the online money transfer platform put its activities on hiatus. ePayments was indeed then sanctioned by the British financial regulator. The latter accused him of breaches of his anti-money laundering measures. Seven months after a forced shutdown, ePayments is therefore preparing its return to the market. However, it gives up switching to several of its flagship services. Thus, the platform will no longer support transfers in crypto-currencies. 20% of transfers on ePayments in crypto-currencies Likewise, peer-to-peer transactions, previously offered, will no longer be in the game. The takeover looks to be complex for ePayments. Indeed, cryptocurrency accounted for around 20% of its business. It is therefore a blow for the company which claimed more than one million accounts and 75,000 debit cards. With a turnover of 23.2 million dollars in 2019, the withdrawal of crypto would represent a shortfall of approximately 5 million. As Cointelegraph reports,...
    Apple added a new restriction in its ongoing conflict with Epic Games that will block some users from their accounts. Epic revealed the tech giant will no longer provide access using 'Sign In with Apple' - and it could go into effect as soon as September 11. The video game maker is urging users to update their account email address and password before the change goes into effect. The news is just the tip of the iceberg of the legal battle the two companies, which started last month when Apple removed the popular Fornite game from its App Store.   Scroll down for video  Epic revealed the tech giant will no longer provide access using 'Sign In with Apple' - and it could go into effect as soon as September 11 Epic released its own direct payment on its website in August that provides users with discounts and avoids paying Apple a 30 percent fee of in-app purchases, which Apple had cited as a violation.  Epic Games apps, including Fortnite, are free to download on the App Store. However, users...
    Facebook users will be paid up to $120 to shut down their accounts as part of an experiment on how the platform affects elections. The social-media giant is reportedly recruiting users willing to give up Facebook and Instagram for one or six weeks in late September for a study of how the apps influence political behavior and attitudes. Facebook has pushed out a notice asking users whether they would accept $10, $15 or $20 a week to make the sacrifice in the final weeks of the presidential campaign, according to screenshots published by Washington Post reporter Elizabeth Dwoskin. Those who participate will be able to take a survey after the Nov. 3 election. Facebook spokeswoman Liz Bourgeois confirmed that all users who participate in the research will be compensated. “This is fairly standard for this type of academic research,” she said on Twitter. The company expects 200,000 to 400,000 adults will participate in the study it announced Monday, which is set to start soon and continue into December. It will be conducted in partnership with 17 independent researchers...
    Facebook has banned about 900 pages and groups and 1,500 ads tied to the pro-Trump conspiracy theory QAnon, as part of a drive to limit the spread of the dangerous ideology online. On Wednesday, Facebook also restricted the reach of over 10,000 Instagram pages and almost 2,000 Facebook groups promoting QAnon, which has spawned real-world violence. The social media giant also took down thousands of accounts, pages and groups as part of what they called a 'policy expansion,' seeking to limit violent rhetoric tied to QAnon, political militias and protest groups like Antifa. Facebook has been under immense pressure to clamp down on hate speech and dangerous conspiracy theories, both of which are found in abundance on the site. QAnon believers think Donald Trump has been sent to wage war on Satanist pedophiles Facebook on Wednesday announced a series of steps to reduce QAnon's visibility on their site RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Donald Trump CONGRATULATES QAnon follower who won Republican... Facebook internal investigation uncovers thousands of QAnon... Share this...
    White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway and her husband George Conway arrive for a candlelight dinner at Union Station on the eve of the 58th presidential inauguration in Washington, U.S., January 19, 2017. Picture taken January 19, 2017. Joshua Roberts/Reuters Claudia Conway, daughter of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway and Trump administration critic George Conway, announced Monday that her parents were "forcing" her to delete her social media accounts. She garnered hundreds of thousands of followers across all of her social media accounts, where she largely posted anti-Trump content. "My parents are forcing me to delete social media so this is my last tweet," Claudia wrote in a Monday night tweet. "Apparently, i don't have a platform! it's fake! love you all so much. keep fighting." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Claudia Conway, the 15-year-old daughter of high-profile political couple Kellyanne and George Conway, announced Monday that she would be deleting her social media accounts at her parents' request. "My parents are forcing me to delete social media so this is my last tweet," Claudia wrote in...
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