Twitter and the NBA have unveiled unique hashtag-triggered Twitter emojis for all 24 NBA All-Stars. The emojis, revealed on Twitter by Tweeting #firstnamelastname (e.g., #StephenCurry, #LebronJames; Note: Giannis Antetokounmpo only requires his first name #Giannis), are now live through Monday, Feb. 20.
The live #SB51 conversation amongst football fans, analysts, writers, teams, athletes, celebs, and more around the @Patriots thrilling comeback Super Bowl victory over the @AtlantaFalcons in overtime unfolded on Twitter.
A commitment to protecting the privacy of account holders is built into the DNA of Twitter. As such, this Data Privacy Day (@DataPrivacyDay), which falls on January 28 each year, we backed the overall mission to raise awareness of privacy issues and data protection best practices. This message reaches a broad variety of actors in society - individuals, families and corporations - as all of them have an interest in protecting their data and privacy.
The College Football Playoff (@CFBPlayoff) National Championship came down to a thrilling finish on @ESPN, and fans everywhere joined the conversation at the biggest virtual sports bar in the world — Twitter. And now, Clemson fans can celebrate and bask in the winning glory.