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Facebook urges unblocking of Myanmar social media
World

Facebook urges unblocking of Myanmar social media

  • “We are extremely concerned by orders to shut down the internet in Myanmar,” said Rafael Frankel, Facebook’s director of public policy, APAC emerging countries. “We strongly urge the authorities to order the unblocking of all social media services.”
Published 06 Feb, 2021 03:52pm
Twitter suspends 70,000 accounts dedicated to sharing QAnon content
World

Twitter suspends 70,000 accounts dedicated to sharing QAnon content

  • "These accounts were engaged in sharing harmful QAnon-associated content at scale and were primarily dedicated to the propagation of this conspiracy theory across the service," Twitter said.
  • Twitter has already permanently suspended Donald Trump's Twitter account.
Published 12 Jan, 2021 10:15am
Between push and pull
BR Research

Between push and pull

Amid the controversy over the government’s new social media regulations (Removal and Blocking of Unlawful Online...
Published 07 Jan, 2021 07:35am
Facebook, Twitter face British fines if fail on harmful content
World

Facebook, Twitter face British fines if fail on harmful content

  • Facebook, Twitter and Chinese-owned TikTok face fines of up to 10% of turnover if they fail to remove and limit the spread of illegal content under laws proposed by Britain on Tuesday.
  • Tech platforms will also need to do more to protect children from being exposed to grooming, bullying and pornography, the government said, to ensure the safety of children online.
Published 15 Dec, 2020 08:02pm