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Yesterday
17th May 2024
Twitter.com is now, officially, a thing of the past
Last month
April 2024
Australian PM calls Musk an 'arrogant billionaire' in row over videos of Sydney church stabbing
This year
2024
Man who hacked Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan’s Twitter account sentenced to 150 hours community service
A former parliamentary assistant to Flanagan admitted to sending the post in the early hours of 28 September, 2020.
Former Twitter executives sue Elon Musk for almost $130 million in unpaid severance
X tells private Oireachtas hearing it will abide by Irish hate speech laws
X reactivates Navalny's widow Yulia Navalnaya's account after briefly suspending it
How Elon Musk has courted Ireland's far-right by taking aim at the government's hate speech laws
High Court action brought by senior Irish-based X employee against company is settled
Meta would only meet politicians if Oireachtas hearing was private (but here's what they said anyway)
‘Elmo is glad he asked!’: Sesame Street character’s post on X results in outpouring of dread
Why X has moved to block searches for Taylor Swift after an AI-related controversy
Posts targeting migrants remained online during riots despite 5pm plea from online safety tsar
Niamh Hodnett was appointed last year to fight harmful content online.
Niamh Hodnett contacted major social media firms on evening of 23 November to warn about potential for violence.
Posts calling for migrants to be "killed" were shared on social platforms as riots unfolded.
Immigrant Council of Ireland warned about the proliferation of such posts and called for posters to be investigated.
Senior Irish-based X employee seeks to sue Elon Musk for defamation over tweet he sent
Senior Irish-based X employee files High Court case against Elon Musk
Conor McGregor announces date for UFC comeback fight in Las Vegas
Conor McGregor set for UFC comeback in June
Last year
2023
Taoiseach and Tánaiste both express concerns over X after report on how it moderates content
Social media platform X back online after global outage
EU launches probe into Elon Musk's X over disinformation related to 7 October Hamas attack
Threads, Meta's rival to Elon Musk's X, now available in Ireland
Elon Musk's X sues American media monitoring site in Irish court
X responds to Justice Minister's claim that it did not engage with gardaí during Dublin riot
Elon Musk visits Israel amid growing accusations of antisemitism on his social media platform X
Elon Musk's X sues media non-profit over portrayal of site as full of antisemitism
Advertisers drop X after Elon Musk backs antisemitic post
IBM pulls ads from X after report says they appeared next to antisemitic posts
X fails to pay fine in Australia over not detailing plans to combat child sexual abuse content
Quiz: How much do you know about Twitter?
Musk's X begins charging some new users for basic features
How X, formerly Twitter, is platforming a deluge of misinformation about the Israel-Hamas war
X, formerly known as Twitter, strips headlines from news articles shared by users
Senior Irish-based X employee who liked tweets critical of Elon Musk halts disciplinary process
Musk moots Twitter paywall that could charge users 'small monthly fee'
Twitter paid out €12.7 million to redundant Dublin employees since Musk purchase
'Send me location': What do we know about the cage fight between Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk?
X's subscription service, formerly Twitter Blue, now allows users to hide their blue ticks
Flashing X sign removed from the former Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters
San Francisco warns Musk he needs permit for giant, flashing X sign
X lives: Twitter's CEO says rebrand 'is here' and Elon Musk changes bio to X.com
All time
Arrears, medical cards, job loss: What people sought advice for online in 2013