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    Marketing Week (09 Jul 2020)

    Twitter shows interest in subscription service

    TWITTER could be building a subscription service after a job ad for an engineer was posted which suggested a 'team of web engineers are building a subscription platform, collaborating closely with the payments team'. 84% of the social media sites revenue comes from advertising and it is reportedly looking to diversify. 

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    Marketing Week (03 Jul 2020)

    Twitter drops coding terminology in favour of inclusive language

    TWITTER has announced it has dropped the terms ‘master’, ‘slave’ and ‘blacklist’ from its programming codes and replaced them with more inclusive language. ‘Whitelist’ will become ‘allowlist’, while 'master' and 'slave' will now be referred to as ‘leader’ and ‘follower’. JP MORGAN and MICROSOFT-owned GitHub have made similar changes.

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