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Myanmar Military Blocks Facebook As People’s Agitation Against Coup Rises

The ministry of communication said Facebook would be blocked until 7 Feb citing the enraged people who are against the military coup. Photo Credit: Pixabay

Deepfakes – A Threat To Global Politics

INDIA: Deepfakes, or the doctoring of videos and images have been begun to spread its roots across all corners of the world. In general...

How To Become A Social Media Influencer

Gone are the days when social media was just used as a pass time. When people only used to post random stuff on their...

The AI Frolics Of Social Networking

A thought worth deliberating Where the world is facing the deadly pandemic of COVID-19, when the entire humanity has chosen to stay back home and...

Google Announces $1 Billion Partnerships With News Publishers

Google is planning to pay around $1billion to news publishers over the next three years. The tech company has signed deals with 200 publications...

Facebook Accounts Removal Angers Philippines’ President, Who Threatens To Ban The App

PHILIPPINES. Manila. President Rodrigo Duterte is upset over the removal of 200 government-owned accounts from Facebook. The Facebook profiles that were promoting Duterte belonged...

A Facebook Group Discussing Monarchy Was Blocked, Then Returns

THAILAND. After the Thai government pressured Facebook into taking down illegal content, a controversial group discussing monarchy with over a million members, “Royalist Marketplace,”...

Facebook To Face Legal Actions From Thai Digital Ministry Over Illegal Content

THAILAND. Bangkok. After Facebook failed to remove content that violated Thai laws, Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (MDES) Minister Puttipong Punnakanta threatened to...

Afghan Look-Alike To Footballer Lionel Messi Has Yet To Realize His Dream

AFGHANISTAN. Herat. 32-year-old Afghan teacher and tailor, Abdul-Karim Sarwari, received a lot of international attention recently after his photo was clicked and posted...

Press Under Fire In Manila

Guilty is the final verdict given to Maria Ressa and Reynaldo Santos Jr. by the Manila Regional Trial court. The case was filed against them in October of 2017 by Wilfredo Keng. The case was filed five years after he was mentioned in an article published on May 29 of 2012.

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