Edit button not coming to Twitter, Microsoft's new Edge browser is here
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No Twitter probably will never add an edit button to modify your tweets.
In a video interview Wired published Tuesday, Twitter CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey answered a series of questions posted by users.
The platform he helped create in 2006 There are many reasons why an edit button could be a good thing.
However, Dorsey believes that one could lead to misuse, such as misinformation.
Microsoft spent last year giving its edge software a browser brain transplant.
And now the company is convinced it's smart enough to help everyone who uses it.
The new version of edge marks a foundational change in the browser, a shift to chromium.
Google's open source foundation for the Chrome browser using chromium will resolve those compatibility problems.
And finally, cyber security company CloudFlare is offering free protection for candidates that meet certain threshold House candidates with donation receipts of at least $50,000 and Senate candidates with a minimum of $100,000 in donations are eligible for the service.
Any federal candidate in a general election for Congress is also eligible.
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