How Twitter ruined breaking news
The micro-blogging site's rapid pace heightens competition to get scoops, says Dave Weigel at Slate, leading to worrisome credibility and attribution issues
Twitter will begin censoring tweets in countries where controversial 140-character missives violate local laws.
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