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Archive of Our Own, one of the Internet’s biggest fanfiction sites, blocked in China amid new censorship rules
Archive of Our Own, also known as AO3, says its site is inaccessible in China and it is “not due to anything on our end”. The site’s disconnection from China’s Internet has angered some users, who blame fans of actor Xiao Zhan for reporting a story featuring their idol.
Spain's ultra-conservative Vox party has filed a criminal complaint in a Spanish court against Twitter, alleging the social media company violated its basic rights by blocking it from tweeting, Vox said on Feb 7.
Moscovites are mystified by a flood of bomb hoaxes forcing the evacuation of courts, schools and malls while authorities appear unable to find the culprits even after months of disruption to public life.
On Nov 2 Russian police said they had opened an investigation into sexual violence after a video series published online showed children talking with members of the LGBT community and other minorities.
Facial recognition technology is failing to recognise transgender people new research has shown.
Salesforce founder Marc Benioff oversees a US$130bil (RM545.02bil) software empire from a 62-story skyscraper that towers above everything else in San Francisco. But he sits uneasily in his lofty perch because of a worsening economic divide on the streets down below, where the lavish pay doled out to tech workers like his are pricing many people out of affordable housing.
Big Tech companies like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have content moderation policies warning users against uploading or posting “extremist” or “hateful” content. Every day, tech companies’ algorithms flag posts and videos and tweets, some of which are taken down for violating those policies.
Six months on from the euphoria that greeted full Internet access for mobile phones on the communist-run island, frustrated Cubans complain it is too expensive, too slow and crippled by government censorship.
Armed with laptops, three dozen journalists and fact-checkers braced for battle before a live debate between Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his challenger, Prabowo Subianto.