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Egypt jails Facebook administrator for three years after unfaithful wives comments

An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced a prominent Facebook user to three years in prison with hard labour after he asserted on television that many married women in the conservative country were unfaithful.


Leaked phone chat embarrasses scandal-hit Spanish royals

A leaked phone conversation between Spain’s Queen Letizia and a businessman embroiled in a bank scandal set Twitter ablaze, just as King Felipe VI attempts to revive the scandal-hit monarchy.


Controversies linked to driving app Waze

Waze, the Israeli-developed driving app now owned by Google, found itself linked to controversy after two Israeli soldiers who were using the app mistakenly entered a Palestinian refugee camp, sparking bloody clashes.


Prosecutors help organise victims' brigade in Apple battle

Prosecutors took unusual steps in enlisting victims of the San Bernardino attack in the government's heated battle with Apple Inc over access to an iPhone belonging to one of the shooters.


Tidal streaming service soars after Kanye exclusive

Rapper Kanye West has raised eyebrows by complaining of his personal debt, but his business sense has paid dividends for one key partner – the Tidal streaming service.


Egypt orders arrest of Facebook administrator after unfaithful wives comments

Egypt's top prosecutor has ordered the arrest of a Facebook page administrator whose assertion on a popular television talk show that a third of married women in the conservative country are unfaithful caused a social media uproar.


Single people turn to social media for Valentine's Day

Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat are becoming crucial tools for sending Valentine's wishes, especially for those without a partner.


Friends Reunited closing down

The world's first genuine online social network is to shutter after 15 years.


Twitter sued by US widow for giving voice to Islamic State

Twitter Inc is being sued by the widow of an American killed in Jordan who accuses the social media company of giving a voice to Islamic State, adding to the pressure to crack down on online propaganda linked to terrorism.


Obama appeals to Silicon Valley for help with online anti-extremist campaign

President Barack Obama called on Silicon Valley to help address the threat of militant groups using social media and electronic communications to plan and promote violence, setting up renewed debate over personal privacy online.