Facebook denies censoring of conservative news

Facebook denies censoring of conservative news

SocialFlow CEO has stated that the social media platform did not suppress conservative political content The viral media scandal this week puts social media giant under public attention after Gizmodo quoted Facebook “routinely suppressed news stories of interest to conservative...
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Angela Merkel will attend WHS during May 23-24 in Istanbul, Turkey

Angela Merkel will attend WHS during May 23-24 in Istanbul, Turkey

The German Chancellor and other 50 important world-leaders will participate at the first-ever world humanitarian summit that addresses the global aid strategy Despite medical charity Doctors Without Borders (MSF) announcing its withdrawal from attending WHS du...
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Russian hacker stoles email credentials for social media likes

Russian hacker stoles email credentials for social media likes

Gmail, Microsoft and Yahoo email accounts credentials were posted on-line by “the Collector” According to latest figures released by Hold Security, more than 272 million unique credentials were hacked so far, as a part of a supposed larger collecti...
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Canadian receives deportation order from Nepal

Canadian receives deportation order from Nepal

Officials in Nepal have issued a deportation order for Canadian Robert Penner According to a state official statement, after publicly criticizing the government in Nepal on a social media platform, working and living here Canadian Robert Penner was asked to...
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Somali activists warn about the risks of seeking refuge in European countries

Somali activists warn about the risks of seeking refuge in European countries

Activists in Somalia have launched the social media campaign #DontBuyDeath As hundreds of Somali people died by drowning trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea while fleeing from Egypt to Europe, a group of activists from Somalia has launched the #DontBuyDeath....
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Social media industry is declining

Social media industry is declining

New survey shows that platforms struggle to earn consumers’ trust New survey from Environics Communications shows that, despite becoming ubiquitous, social media platforms are constantly struggling to earn trust among users. In a new market study released ea...
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African governments are blocking social media during elections

African governments are blocking social media during elections

As a safety measure, some governments in Africa are blocking social media during elections due to political content of the posts It happened recently in Congo-Brazzaville, Chad and Uganda, because governments do not want social media to the cause of...
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