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Entrepreneur Luo Yonghao, founder of Smartisan, once boasted of surpassing Apple’s innovation in smartphones and other devices. By 2019, Luo was scrambling to pay off Smartisan’s debts amid an economic slowdown in China.
Over the four years of the Trump presidency, social media platforms generally took a soft line in enforcing their policies against threats and misinformation, allowing most borderline speech, including the president’s, to stand.
Looks like we haven’t seen the end of Parler.
The now-silenced Parler app that appeared to have played a key role in mobilising the Trump-inspired mob that attacked the US Capitol on Jan 6 had a greater share of users who are either veterans or in the US military compared with other social media platforms.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma delivers video speech to China’s rural teachers in first public appearance in three months
Jack Ma, the founder of Alibaba, makes his first public appearance after nearly three months of being out of public view. Ma told teachers that he has been ‘learning and thinking’, according to a report published by an official local news service.
PALO ALTO (Reuters) - Social media companies are under close scrutiny over their handling of misinformation and threats of violence tied to the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden on Wednesday, amid conflicting signals in far-right forums about possible attacks.
US president Biden, less than an hour after his swearing in, posted his first official tweet from the @POTUS account after Twitter transferred it from Trump’s control.
For investors who’d been waiting months to catch a glimpse of Jack Ma, the entrepreneur’s participation in a livestreamed video conference on Wednesday was enough to trigger a US$58bil (RM233.76bil) sigh of relief. That’s how much Alibaba Group Holding Ltd’s market value soared after a clip of Ma speaking to a group of teachers began circulating online – his first public comments since disappearing from view late last year.
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc said on Thursday it was referring its decision to indefinitely suspend the accounts of former U.S. President Donald Trump to its independent oversight board.