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Company representatives told to rectify offending content, punish those who allowed it to be published, Beijing Internet Information Office says. Watchdog also orders comments function to be suspended for a week.
Human Rights Watch wants the city of Buenos Aires to stop using live facial recognition to identify children accused of committing crimes, the rights group said on Oct 9.
Facebook Inc on Oct 6 said it would remove any Facebook pages, groups and Instagram accounts representing the unfounded and sprawling conspiracy theory QAnon.
A judge on late Sept 27 stopped the United States from banning downloads of TikTok, freeing the video snippet-sharing mobile app to keep winning new users here – for now.
Guinea’s ruling party is running a coordinated propaganda network on Facebook Inc ahead of October elections that’s inconsistent with transparent campaigning rules, Stanford University said in a report to be released Monday.
Ireland's High Court on Sept 14 temporarily froze a probe by Facebook's lead European Union regulator that threatened to halt the US social media giant's transatlantic data flows.
Facebook may be forced to stop sending data about its European users to the US, in the first major fallout from a recent court ruling that found some trans-Atlantic data transfers don’t protect users from American government snooping.
The predator, 51, told the victim that he was 25. He was sentenced to 23 months in jail after pleading guilty to one count of using criminal force on a minor to outrage her modesty.
US President Donald Trump’s moves to prevent some of China’s biggest companies from accessing the private data of Americans are part of a broader effort to create "clean networks” the Communist Party can’t touch.
A growing number of Twitter users – many of them with very few followers of their own – have glommed onto an inventive way to harness the power of tweets that go viral to make a few bucks for themselves.