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‘I would feel so trapped’: ‘Chad’ harasses woman on airplane via Air New Zealand in-flight DMs

‘You can’t make this stuff up.’

On by Melody Heald

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Twitter is testing a feature that would hide offensive DMs you receive

A filter would keep unwanted messages ‘out of sight, out of mind.’

On by Mikael Thalen

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Instagram will rebuild its DM feature using Facebook Messenger tech

Facebook wants users of Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp to be able to communicate with one another.

On by Mikael Thalen

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A beginner’s guide to sliding into DMs

Sliding into DMs is an art. Here’s what it takes to master it.

On by Kristen Hubby

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Twitter now lets you send much, much longer direct messages

They’re no longer restricted to 140 characters like tweets.

On by Selena Larson

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Big Twitter changes improve messaging and add video

Group DMs are finally a thing, plus you can now capture video from Twitter.

On by Selena Larson

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Twitter finally brings back links to direct messages

Thank you, Twitter. 

On by Selena Larson

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Twitter is finally improving direct messages

Twitter is on the road to making DMs a full-fledged feature.

On by Micah Singleton

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Twitter is unlikely to get a ‘Whisper’ mode

Simmer down now. Dick Costolo was likely just talking about DMs.

On by Kate Knibbs

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Why is Twitter giving up on encrypted messages?

Twitter usually takes the extra step to make users more secure. So why is it leaving the gate unlocked when it comes to direct messages?   

On by Kate Knibbs

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Is Twitter cool enough to enter the private messaging wars?

Twitter just entered the private messaging wars. Can it compete?

On by Kate Knibbs

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WikiLeaks associates fight court order to turn over Twitter records

Associates from WikiLeaks are fighting an order to turn over direct Twitter messages.

On by Fernando Alfonso III

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