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SINGER Intan Sarafina says she started wearing a hijab after falling and fracturing a small toe on her left foot in February last year, reported Harian Metro.
After Facebook ban - Myanmar military rulers order block on Twitter, Instagram 'until further notice'
SINGAPORE, Feb 6 (Reuters): The new military rulers of Myanmar on Friday ordered mobile operators and internet service providers to block access to Twitter and Instagram in the country until further notice, Norwegian telecom Telenor said.
YANGON, Feb 6 (Bloomberg): Myanmar’s military-run government ordered internet service providers to block Twitter and Instagram until further notice, tightening a crackdown on social media to stifle dissent against this week’s coup.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The new military rulers of Myanmar on Friday ordered mobile operators and internet service providers to block access to Twitter and Instagram in the country until further notice, Norwegian telecom Telenor said.
Hanoi, Feb 5 (Vietnam News): Hanoi authorities plan to provide free Covid-19 vaccinations to all residents, said a senior official.
Market turbulence fuelled by a horde of retail investors targeting stocks like GameStop Corp has some fingers pointing at an unexpected culprit: the social-media liability protections vilified by former President Donald Trump.
The US Federal Communications Commission faces pressure from rural internet service providers to deny a planned US$886mil (RM3.59bil) subsidy to Elon Musk’s SpaceX for beaming broadband to underserved areas from outer space.
Myanmar’s military-run government has ordered Internet service providers to temporarily block access to Facebook amid growing protests days after seizing power from its civilian leadership.
With millions forced to work and learn from home, Covid-19 has laid bare the digital divide across the country, with technological inequality disproportionately affecting poor and minority communities.
YANGON (REUTERS): Internet providers in Myanmar including state-owned telecom MPT were blocking access to Facebook Inc-owned services in the country on Thursday (Feb 4), days after military leaders seized power in a coup.