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TikTok is known primarily as a launchpad for funny memes, dance routines and lip-synching videos. The company embraces that reputation with a tagline, “the last sunny corner on the Internet”. But there’s a dark side to TikTok that engulfs some of the app’s youngest users.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia is seeking an additional 24 million roubles ($321,586) in fines from U.S. tech giant Twitter for failing to remove content banned in Russia, the TASS news agency cited a court as saying on Wednesday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russian state communications regulator Roskomnadzor said on Friday that U.S. social network Twitter was complying with its demand to remove content banned in Russia, but that it was still taking too long to do so.
(Reuters) - Earlier this month, Twitch announced it would start banning users for behavior away from its site.
The two-star military general who has been dismissed from the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces after being arrested in Svay Rieng province for smuggling 28 Chinese nationals in violation of the government-imposed travel ban was placed in pre-trial detention on April 24.
PETALING JAYA: “Period spot checks” are an invasion of a child’s rights and have elements of sexual harassment or abuse, says the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam).
THE Social Work Profession Bill, once passed, will lead to more opportunities for graduates in the field.
PETALING JAYA: Victims of online child sexual exploitation and abuse can now seek help from Malaysia’s first chatbot Lapor Predator to lodge reports against sexual predators.Lapor Predator is designed by youth organisation Monsters Among Us (MAU) which works towards encouraging Internet users, primarily survivors and witnesses of such exploitation and abuse, to come forward and highlight the cases.
In an unusual step, Twitch, the Amazon-owned livestreaming service popular among gamers, has formally adopted a policy to suspend users if they engage in “severe misconduct” that occurs off the platform.
(Reuters) - Live-streaming service Twitch will ban users for offenses such as hate-group membership or credible threats of mass violence that occur entirely away from the site, in a new approach to moderating the platform, the company said on Wednesday.