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Bond stayed for ex-Twitter employee accused of spying for Saudi Arabia
After US prosecutors appealed the decision.
Nov 11 2019 6:55AM
Ex-Twitter staffers charged with spying for Saudi Arabia
Accessed personal information in over 6000 accounts.
Nov 7 2019 12:52PM
Twitter says tech tools now removing one in two abusive tweets
Compared with 20 percent a year ago.
Nov 1 2019 6:35AM
Twitter dumps paid political advertising
@jack takes opposite stance to Zuck.
Oct 31 2019 11:35AM
Twitter blocks accounts of Raul Castro and Cuban state-run media
Cubans denounced blocks as "massive censorship".
Sep 13 2019 12:53PM
Twitter vows to tackle online racist abuse of players in Britain
After 700+ cases of "abuse and hateful conduct".
Sep 5 2019 1:54PM
Verizon to sell Tumblr to WordPress owner
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Aug 13 2019 1:30PM
Consumers 'shortchanged' when asking for their own data
Academics agitate for Aussie GDPR.
Jul 31 2019 12:22PM
Fake news fact-checks hobbled by low reach, study shows
EU calls for greater fact-checking efforts.
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French lawmakers vote to target online hate speech in draft bill
Content takedown in under 24 hours.
Jul 8 2019 1:14PM
Reddit quarantines major pro-Trump community over violence threats
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EU finds Russian disinformation, says tech firms must do more
Only Facebook responds.
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Facebook removes 265 'fake accounts' it says linked to Israel
Targeting users in Southeast Asia, Latin America and Africa.
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Banks could soon have to treat your social media sprays as official complaints
Outage hell awaits.
May 17 2019 12:56PM
Britain plans social media regulation to battle harmful content
Fines, site blocking proposed.
Apr 8 2019 10:57AM
Australia's 'world-first' social media laws could require action within an hour
Attorney-General defines what he sees as reasonable.
Apr 4 2019 12:52PM
Govt expands socmed crackdown laws, including jail time, to internet, content and hosting providers
Broad-brush laws rammed through Australian Senate.
Apr 4 2019 6:29AM
Facebook bans white nationalism on its platforms
In effort to tackle hate speech.
Mar 28 2019 6:33AM
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RMIT uses Foursquare check-ins to predict drug busts.
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