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MCMC stated that the increase in court charges shows its commitment towards tackling the issue of social media abuse among the public with the purpose of creating a safe and secure Internet environment.
Of those lines, 920,217 have been terminated and 457,645 have been updated with valid info to prevent the numbers from being used for fraud.
The UK’s merger watchdog warned Facebook Inc that it could go beyond forcing the tech giant to unwind its purchase of image-hosting platform Giphy Inc if the deal is deemed to be anti-competitive.
In Jordan, Sandvine Inc’s equipment was used to censor an LGBTQ website. Egypt’s government relied on Sandvine equipment to block access to independent news sites. In Azerbaijan, it was deployed for a social media blackout, current and former employees say.
More than two billion people watch at least one YouTube video every month. Among them, numerous minors, who are exposed to content that may be disturbing or shocking for them. To ensure that they are adequately protected, Google is working on algorithms that will automatically modify age restrictions for certain videos.
Americans that get the first Covid-19 vaccines will be closely monitored by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention through daily text messages and emails, according to a federal advisory group.
Facebook India’s chief has lodged a petition with India’s top court challenging a summons to appear before a panel probing allegations the social media giant failed to take action against hate speech.
The Trump administration has asked gaming companies to provide information about their data-security protocols involving Chinese technology giant Tencent Holdings Ltd, people familiar with the matter said.
Emergency responders in the Pacific Northwest are fighting misinformation along with raging wildfires as people spread unsubstantiated social media posts blaming coordinated groups of arsonists from both the far left and far right for setting the blazes.
US companies based in the financial hub of Shanghai said Washington’s planned ban on Chinese messaging app WeChat could badly hit their competitiveness and revenue should it apply to US firms and citizens in China, a survey showed on Aug 26.