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President Donald Trump's executive order aiming to strip social-media companies' protection from legal liability for speech on their platforms is unconstitutional, according to a lawsuit filed June 2 by a nonprofit technology policy group.
TikTok blames ‘technical glitch’ for suppressing view counts on #BlackLivesMatter, #GeorgeFloyd videos
TikTok said a “technical glitch” last week made it temporarily appear as if videos using #BlackLivesMatter and #GeorgeFloyd hashtags had zero views – and the short-form video company vowed to do better in representing and supporting black creators.
When Twitter slapped a warning label over US President Donald Trump’s tweet Thursday night about riots in Minnesota’s Twin Cities, the company’s official explanation was that the president had violated a rule prohibiting “glorification of violence”. But that justification doesn’t explain why Twitter chose to leave the tweet on the site for people to see, or why it blocked the ability to write replies, or why past tweets seemingly breaking the same rule were allowed to stand unaltered.
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Predators are taking advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic to exploit children who are mostly stuck to their screens, as the conditional movement control order continues.
Twitter Inc and Facebook Inc have both sparked the ire of Donald Trump, but the social networks have taken nearly opposite approaches to politics and the president.
YouTube’s battle against Covid-19 misinformation is causing collateral damage as the world’s largest online video service struggles to pick up on nuances of an increasingly complex and political topic.
JOHOR BARU: Foreign workers here chose to stay at home and refrained from going out unnecessarily during the Hari Raya Aidilfitri holidays.
This septuagenarian proves that it is never too late to start going to the gym as she only started doing so in her 60s!