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MCMC tells the public to watch out for parody accounts while PDRM highlights a new anti-scam system.
The latest round of the gaming console wars has officially begun. Following a protracted standoff between Microsoft Corp and Sony Corp over which company would share their plans first, Microsoft blinked first, revealing its Xbox launch details this week.
More than half a million users joined a new Facebook group created by a critic of the powerful Thai king after the social media company blocked its predecessor under pressure from the government.
Online armies of self-styled Saudi patriots riding a wave of state-led nationalism attack critics and what they call “traitors” of the kingdom – but their growing clout has left the government uneasy.
US President Donald Trump may be lagging in the polls, but his nickname for his opponent is finding traction on social media sites. "Sleepy Joe” even garnered more posts than the Super Bowl and the musical "Hamilton” so far this year, according to new research from Clemson University.
Chad says it has cut back the speed of the Internet to crimp the spread of messages "inciting hate" on social media.
Kosovo’s foreign minister said that she asked Apple to correct her country’s borders in its maps.
Here's a non-exhaustive list of some common emojis which can lead to cultural misunderstandings.
Amid rising turmoil in social media, recently formed social network Parler is gaining with prominent political conservatives who claim their voices are being silenced by Silicon Valley giants.
Will Hayes has grown accustomed to an awkward start to business meetings. On numerous occasions, venture capitalists would confuse Hayes, the head of software company Lucidworks Inc, with another man on his executive team. The investor would introduce himself, extend a handshake to the other guy and say, “Good to meet you, Will.” It’s strange because they don’t look alike. Also, Hayes is Black, and his deputy is white.