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As Americans are staying home to stem the spread of the coronavirus, online searches for white supremacist content have increased, according to a London-based company that uses technology to disrupt violent extremism.
Facebook Inc will invest US$5.7bil (RM24.89bil) in the digital assets controlled by Asia’s richest man, the US social-networking giant’s biggest deal since the 2014 purchase of WhatsApp as it seeks a broader foothold in its biggest global market.
Hundreds, sometimes thousands, of posts fly in the new Facebook groups daily.
Facebook Inc said on April 20 that it has removed events in Nebraska, New Jersey and California promoting protests against stay-at-home measures amid the Covid-19 pandemic caused by the new coronavirus.
A global race is on to develop smartphone apps and other types of mobile phone surveillance systems to track and contain the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Vancouver protesters call coronavirus fake news and say distancing rule should be defied, appalling health authorities
British Columbia health minister Adrian Dix says ‘self-promoters’ with ‘marginal views’ are trying to exploit suffering amid pandemic. Images on social media show about 15 people taking part in rally despite ban on people belonging to different households mingling.
Britain’s Prince William and his wife Kate surprised children at a school with a video-call to offer thanks to their parents who are key workers keeping the country running during the coronavirus pandemic.
European Union governments have pushed the bloc's stringent data privacy rules to their limits by tapping the biggest telecom and tech companies for data to tackle the coronavirus outbreak.
While social media has been widely blamed for spreading dangerous coronavirus misinformation, tens of thousands of Australians are using their networks to support the healthcare workers risking their lives on the front lines of the pandemic.
Demand for "safe phones" given to Australian women facing domestic violence under a government-funded scheme has surged as coronavirus lockdown measures sparked concern that women are trapped with their abusers.