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Vietnamese are trading fake weather reports and football scores on social media as a creative means to discuss Communist Party leadership wrangling after an official ban on speculation ahead of the Party’s biggest and most important meeting in five years.
As Vietnam prepares for its National Congress in January – a time known for clampdowns of government critics – it is also rolling out a controversial cybersecurity bill.
Earlier this week, Google announced that Grow with Google is going digital with the launch of Grow with Google OnAir, an online version of the company's skills training courses, workshops and experiences.
WeChat user is charged US$38,000 after spreading fake news in Canada, putting scrutiny on a freewheeling political arena
Toronto construction worker Wu Jian has lost a defamation lawsuit for using WeChat to spread what a judge called malicious falsehoods about a community leader. The ruling suggests Canada’s courts will punish people who use WeChat to spread lies, even if the number of readers is unknown, a tech lawyer says.
The world’s largest election has become something of a test case in how technology giants handle fake news after years of scandal. It’s not working out so well.
FirstRand Ltd is emulating Amazon.com Inc with a digital offering that will span everything from insurance, car license renewals to locating plumbing services as the South African bank chases new revenue sources.
In the age of social media and a tweet-happy president, online dictionaries aren't just sitting back and waiting for people to look up words.
Chinese social media firm Weibo Corp is looking to recruit citizen censors to help weed out sensitive content on its platform, rewarding those who report the highest numbers of offending posts with iPhones and tablets.
China's cyber regulator said it was investigating the country's top social media sites over failing to comply with strict laws that ban content which is violent, obscene or deemed offensive to the Communist Party.
SAP has put four senior managers in South Africa on leave and begun a probe into reports that have dragged the company into an influence-peddling scandal involving friends of President Jacob Zuma.