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If Ugandan authorities have their way, checking Facebook or Twitter will cost you a few cents a day while a state-procured device scans your computer for pornography.
China's latest manoeuvre in a sweeping crackdown on internet content has sent a chill through a diverse community of filmmakers, bloggers, media and educators who fear their sites could be shut down as Beijing tightens control.
The Ingham Family in the UK, a YouTube channel with more than 1.2 million subscribers, is selling a realistic-looking doll version of their newborn son to followers with prices starting from £279 (RM1,400).
Influencers on Ugandan social media and others with large, commercialised online followings must henceforth register their activities for monitoring by the state, the country's communications regulator said on Aug 8.
For more than a decade, record sales have been about as close to a sure thing as exists in the rarely settled music industry.
Systems should direct users to approved material on subjects like Xi Jinping Thought, or which showcase the country’s economic and social development, Cyberspace Administration of China says. They should not recommend content that undermines national security, or is sexually suggestive, promotes extravagant lifestyles, or hypes celebrity gossip and scandals.
Actress Alexis Bledel has been bookish and sweet on Gilmore Girls and Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants. But the actress herself is now officially dangerous.
For one week in the summer of 2015, consumers of celebrity gossip news couldn’t escape Mariah Carey’s trip to Malibu, California. Her stay at an Airbnb there, which she chronicled on Instagram, made headline writers swoon.
ABC's hottest new star doesn't have a long resume of previous sitcom gigs and character roles. But the network is hoping viewers like what they see.
Chinese authorities have approved a new set of comprehensive regulations that expand the scope of online censorship, emphasise the war against "negative" content and make platforms more liable for content violations.