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Facebook again and again has failed to recognise the harmful effects of its amplification of dangerous or divisive views until it was far too late.
Accessing everything from Wikipedia to Google Maps in Myanmar is about to get a lot easier when it finally adopts the universal code underpinning phone and online communication next week.
Myanmar's gaming scene is mushrooming, but frequent power cuts are holding players back in the emerging democracy.
eSports star Myint was on the cusp of victory when the screens went dark in the Yangon cafe where he competes, costing him thousands of dollars in missed prize-money and denting his reputation.
Facebook Inc said on Aug 22 it had shut 216 social media pages, groups and accounts in Myanmar, some tied to the army, to stymie efforts to "manipulate or corrupt public debate".
Thailand's government on Aug 21 announced a plan to set up a centre to combat unverified news on social media platforms, rejecting concerns that it might be used to suppress free speech.
When Mohammad Rafiq spotted two Rohingya refugee girls dusting their faces with circles of traditional thanaka powder under the warm morning light, he quickly took out his smartphone to capture the moment.
UN member states are set to sidestep a call for a moratorium on commercial spyware, deciding instead to commission a study of how digital technology affects human rights, according to a draft UN human rights resolution seen by Reuters.
Jade, widely dubbed as the 'dinosaur' in the retail trade, is hip again in China thanks to livestreaming.
Facebook removed more than 3 billion fake accounts from October to March, twice as many as the previous six months, the company said on May 23.