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Twitter on Sept 30 said it is rolling out a filter that will hide away unwanted direct messages, providing a new tool to stymie abuse.
The combative relationship between Silicon Valley and global regulators has been at the centre of attention for much of the past two years.
As part of its ongoing campaign against cyberbullying, Twitter is testing a new feature that hides potentially abusive direct messages (DM).
SINGAPORE: YouTuber Preeti Nair and her brother Subhas were given a conditional warning over their controversial online rap video made in response to a “brownface” advertisement.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Facebook and other social media sites have restricted access to a satirical rap video in Singapore after the government of the wealthy Asian city-state requested the removal of content it said could fan racial tension.
US senators used a Congressional hearing on July 16 to push the idea of overhauling a law that protects YouTube, Facebook and other Internet services from being sued for the content users post.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Department of Homeland Security officials knew in 2016 about a private Facebook group where border agents posted racist and misogynistic comments, acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan said on Sunday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The chairman of a U.S. House panel asked an internal watchdog on Friday to investigate whether top officials at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the U.S. border service knew about a Facebook group where agents posted racist and misogynistic comments.