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Vietnam has unveiled a new, 10,000-strong military cyber warfare unit to counter "wrong" views on the Internet, media reported, amid a widening crackdown on critics of the one-party state.
Facebook confirms it's suspending the accounts of women who call men "scum" in the wake of the sexual harassment scandals that have sparked the #MeToo conversation on social media and beyond.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg over the weekend wrote about sexual harassment and what companies should do about it in the wake of the many revelations involving harassment or assault at workplaces in industries galore. But her own company has been banning women for their reaction to such scandals.
Low on cash but high on hope, Iran's technology entrepreneurs are learning to live with revived hostility in the United States and growing suspicion – or worse – from hardliners at home.
Vietnam is among Facebook's top 10 countries, by number of members. It now reports more than 52 million active accounts to advertisers, according to research provided to Reuters by social media agencies.
Thailand aims to buy software to strengthen the military government's ability to track online networks and monitor online activity while planning a cyber law that will expand powers to pry into private communications.
A British prison will install anti-drone technology to stop contraband being smuggled through the skies, the jail's governor told AFP on May 16.
Thai authorities backed down on their threat to ban Facebook over posts deemed critical of the royal family after officials said the social networking giant had agreed to expunge such content.
A Playboy model posing nude atop a sacred mountain in New Zealand has caused some controversy.