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Fears about PUBG’s violence and addictiveness led officials in the Indian state of Gujarat to ban the video game. But things didn’t stop there — soon young men were being arrested for gaming.
Months after the man who shot 51 Muslims to death inside two Christchurch mosques streamed the attacks on Facebook Live, Facebook wants to clamp down.
This is the third time in weeks the country has banned social media in the wake of religious tension.
The tool will be rolled out in India, where general elections are already underway, and in the European Union, which holds elections in May.
More than 120 million of the app’s 500 million users are from India.
A misinformation tip line WhatsApp announced on Tuesday turns out to be primarily for research, not to help users who come across suspicious information, BuzzFeed News has learned.
Facebook Removed Hundreds Of Indian And Pakistani Political Pages For Spreading Bad Information Before India's Elections
“We don’t want our services to be used to manipulate people,” Facebook wrote in a blog post.
A “Why am I seeing this post” feature will let you understand and control why a post is showing up in your Facebook News Feed.
As Indian officials crack down on the sale of e-cigarettes, underground resellers are peddling Juuls on the gray market at a dramatic markup to wealthy customers curious about the controversial American brand.
How can Facebook's machine learning and artificial intelligence systems tell whether a nude photo or video was uploaded consensually?
Airbnb's acquisition of the hotel-booking app could make it more attractive to investors ahead of a public offering.
The feature, currently available to some users in India, will eventually be available globally, although YouTube declined to provide a timeline.
While Two Nuclear Powers Were On The Brink Of War, A Full-Blown Online Misinformation Battle Was Underway
“There’s politics, religion, enemy nations, and a surge of nationalism in this situation. It’s the perfect storm.”
There are no Apple stores yet in India, and iPhone users have been stranded with third-party service providers, who they say do not live up to the premium brand’s promise in the rest of the world.
Twitter Is About To Be Questioned About Political Bias By India’s Nationalist Government. The Company Is Denying It.
Twitter says that it doesn’t let users’ political ideologies influence its policies, three days before being questioned by a Parliamentary Committee in India.
A government watchdog ruled the social network has abused its market dominance. Facebook will appeal the decision.
The social network is under pressure to act after hate speech and misinformation in Myanmar fueled ethnic violence against the country's Rohingya Muslim minority.