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Parler, the free-speech social network, reappeared with a statement from its chief executive officer on Jan 18 after the website found a way around the bans that took it offline last week.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The chief executive of social media platform Parler, popular with American right-wing users but which virtually vanished after the U.S. Capitol riot, posted a brief message on the company's website. Parler's app, however, remains offline.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Shortly after rampaging Trump supporters attacked the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, a fan of the president posted a message on the pro-Donald Trump website TheDonald.win. Inspired by the mob's attempt to stop lawmakers from confirming President-elect Joe Biden's electoral win, user CONN_WYNN said in an all-caps message, replete with an expletive, that it was "TIME TO LEAVE THE KEYBOARD" and "FIGHT FOR MY...COUNTRY."
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Uganda’s ban on social media days before presidential elections shows a rattled president flexing power over the Internet at the expense of free speech and citizen rights, digital campaigners said on Jan 13.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google has removed some lending apps aimed at consumers in India from Play Store in an attempt to safeguard users, it said in a blog post on Thursday.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Prasarana Malaysia Berhad urban rail and stage bus services will operate as usual from 6 am to midnight during the movement control order period from Wednesday (Jan 13) to Jan 26, the company said.
As Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc banished users and groups supporting the violent mobs at the US Capitol last week – including President Donald Trump himself – downloads surged for a less restrictive social media app called Parler. But in an effort to prevent further riot organising, Google Inc and Apple Inc booted Parler from their app stores, and Amazon.com Inc shut off its web services.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - At least 10 Indian lending apps on Google's Play Store, which have been downloaded millions of times, breached Google rules on loan repayment lengths aimed at protecting vulnerable borrowers, according to a Reuters review of such services and more than a dozen users.