Twitter has been fined $550,000 for breaching strict new European privacy regulations, becoming the first US-tech company to be levelled with a penalty related to Europe’s GDPR regime. Ireland’s Data Protection Commission, which operates as the European regulator for the likes of Twitter and Facebook, said the social media company would be penalized for not properly notifying authorities of a...
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Musk’s Twitter Has Just 180,000 U.S. Subscribers, Two Months After Launch
Around 180,000 people in the U.S. were paying for subscriptions to Twitter, including Twitter Blue, as of mid-January, or less than 0.2% of monthly active users, according to a document viewed by The Information. The tiny number signals the challenge Elon Musk faces in turning the subscription product into a major source of revenue. The U.S. number is about 62% of Twitter’s global...
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