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In Thailand’s democracy, emoticons and retweets are becoming the new ballots.
As movement restrictions make it difficult to offer assistance, individuals and organisations are building apps and services to ensure help is at hand.
The Hong Kong protesters formed a line, patiently waiting their turn to buy sweet milk and tea drinks from a store that advertised ardent support for their cause with a banner declaring, "If you set off a nuclear blast, we'll stick by you."
As social-media-savvy activists run a grassroots public relations campaign, they have come up against nationalistic mainlanders egged on by state media. There is a clear dichotomy between how the movement has been portrayed on the Internet within and beyond the mainland.
Young HK protesters are making videos giving their name and the time, stating they would never commit suicide, meaning that if they're found dead they must have been killed.
From spreading misinformation to allowing scammers to thrive, social media platforms are facing intense scrutiny for being slow to take action, and in some cases, not at all.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Social media giant Twitter on Thursday launched an emoji for the Milk Tea Alliance, a global online pro-democracy movement that has united anti-Beijing campaigners in Hong Kong and Taiwan with protesters in Thailand, Myanmar and beyond.
Thousands of miles of undersea cables support our voracious demand for communication.
Climate activists and school children across the world went online on April 24 in a global climate strike, a move prompted by the novel coronavirus pandemic that has banned large gatherings of people.
The Week That Was: Internet connectivity and fake news make local headlines while Facebook faces #StopHateforProfit reckoning
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission says the increase in compounds issued to telcos proves its commitment in improving service.