Looking ahead, the Taliban will certainly want to use technology for its own PR and propaganda purposes. But now that it has taken over Afghanistan, it will in all probability want to restrict social media access to the Afghan population in its bid to reduce their access to information. Platforms like Twitter and WhatsApp will have to figure out how to deal with the Taliban's propaganda, while still trying to ensure that Afghans retain their access to these platforms if the Taliban attempts to restrict access.
ISIS-K is a sworn enemy of the Taliban. Even before today’s complex attack in Kabul, there had been real questions about how effective an eventual Taliban government would be in warding off ISIS-K threats.
I think the question of [the administration's] competence [with regards to Afghanistan] comes down to two things: Why wasn't a quick Taliban takeover anticipated, and planned for accordingly, and it also comes down to successful completion of the evacuation effort.