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Donald Trump spoke at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee Conference in March when he was a candidate for the GOP presidential nomination. Saul Loeb /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks July 16 in New York City. The president-elect's Twitter habit could run up against cybersecurity recommendations once he's in office — but he may also choose to disregard that advice to keep his direct channel to the public open. Bryan Thomas/Getty Images hide caption

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What Will Trump's Twitter Strategy Be When He Becomes President?

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President-elect Donald Trump tours the Carrier Corp. in Indianapolis on Dec. 1. The president of the union representing Carrier workers has challenged Trump's claims about how many of the plant's jobs will remain in the U.S. Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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The Twitter Paradox: How A Platform Designed For Free Speech Enables Internet Trolls

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When Twitter started, its founders wanted to connect people from all parts of the world, but the company is struggling to grow beyond its 300 million users. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Twitter's Dual Challenges: Taming The Trolls, Attracting More Users

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Author Kelly Oxford attends a brunch in Hollywood in September. Oxford invited women to share stories of assault on Twitter; she says she received more than 1 million responses. RandyShropshire/Getty Images for Girlboss Inc. hide caption

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As Buyers Circle, Could Twitter Be Better Off As A Nonprofit?

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