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Former president Donald Trump will stay suspended from Facebook and Instagram after Facebook's Oversight Board upheld the company's decision to ban him.
Trump was originally barred from the social networks on January 7 over posts he made on the platform leading up to the violent insurrection of the US Capitol on January 6.
But while Trump remains banned for now, the independent Facebook funded Oversight Board said Facebook was trying to avoid its responsibilities by imposing a vague and standard list ban.
Following the board's recommendation, Facebook said it would review the ban to determine an action that is clear and proportionate.
Twitter has announced its buying the ad blockers scroll as part of a push to build a subscription service.
Scroll removes ads and pop ups from news articles while partnering with publishers to share revenue.
Twitter set a plan to incorporate scroll into its upcoming subscription service to solve one of the most frustrating parts of writing content online.
The company hasn't revealed a timeline for rolling out the new service.
And finally cryptocurrency dogecoin reached an all time high of 60 cents on Tuesday.
The so called meme coin was originally created as a parody of other cryptocurrencies, but its value has skyrocketed in recent months after the starting the year at just one cent.
Here's the more established cryptocurrency.
aetherium also hit a record high on Tuesday, passing 30 $500 for the first time according to price tracking platform coin desk.