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EU Parliament approves copyright law in blow to big tech
EU Parliament approves copyright law in blow to big tech
The European Parliament on Wednesday approved a controversial EU copyright law that hands more power to news and record companies against internet...
Facebook to build $1bn Singapore data centre, first in Asia
Facebook to build $1bn Singapore data centre, first in Asia
Facebook said on Thursday that it will invest over $1-billion to build a data centre in Singapore, its first in Asia, powered by renewable energy...
Facebook murder: Case headed to High Court in Durban
Facebook murder: Case headed to High Court in Durban
The murder case against a KwaZulu-Natal man who seemingly confessed on Facebook to killing his 21-year-old former girlfriend is headed to the...
Facebook rolls out video service worldwide
Facebook rolls out video service worldwide
Facebook said it is rolling out globally its Watch video service on Wednesday, which has already been available in the United States for more...
SA waits on information regulator
SA waits on information regulator
With national and provincial elections on the country’s horizon, there is a nagging question that deserves attention in the face of mounting...
Facebook thwarts misinformation effort linked to Iran, Russia
Facebook thwarts misinformation effort linked to Iran, Russia
Facebook announced it identified stealth misinformation campaigns from Russia and Iran and shut down hundreds of accounts as part of its battle...
Online violence targets women journalists
Online violence targets women journalists
Before the internet revolutionised how news was gathered and shared, journalists didn’t have to worry about virtual violence. The main risks they...
Online tax hurts the poor
Online tax hurts the poor
A wave of online censorship is affecting more than public discourse. It’s costing some Africans at least 10% of their incomes and seeing...
Twitter suspends far-right figure Alex Jones for a week
Twitter suspends far-right figure Alex Jones for a week
Twitter has suspended the personal account of far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones for a week, US media have reported.
This is why ‘Catbook’ won’t work
This is why ‘Catbook’ won’t work
Last week the chief executive of The New York Times, Mark Thompson, urged Facebook to consider removing news from the site and...
Facebook uncovers political influence campaign ahead of midterms
Facebook uncovers political influence campaign ahead of midterms
Facebook said Tuesday it shut down 32 fake pages and accounts involved in an apparent "coordinated" effort to stoke hot-button issues ahead of...
Uganda reviewing social media taxes after outcry
Uganda reviewing social media taxes after outcry
Uganda will review a tax on the use of...

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