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Facebook bans self-harm images

Facebook Inc decides to ban graphic images of self-harming from its network as the company renewed its policy on suicide content. It follows a growing criticism of how social media companies control violent and potentially harmful content. The social network also...

Letter of Christchurch terrorist from prison posted on social media

An armed man accused of killing 51 victims of Christchurch mosques in New Zealand wrote a letter from prison, expressing his political and social views and was reported to have been uploaded on social media. However, New Zealand Prime Minister...

Indonesia raises restrictions on social media during unrest

Authorities on Saturday lifted temporary restrictions imposed on some social media platforms to prevent the publication of false news during recent violence in connection with the official announcement of the results of the presidential election, an official with Indonesia's...

Update: Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram suffers worldwide outage

Update UTC 1:00: After 2 hours of outage: Facebook, Whatsapp And Instagram services back online The empire of Mark Zuckerberg collapses once again after a month: Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are reportedly not working since 12:40 today and the problems seem to persist. At the moment...

Australia plans legislation to punish terrorist images

The Australian authorities are planning to pass legislation allowing prison sentences or heavy fines for media officials or social networks that conduct scenes of extreme character. "It is the responsibility of the major media organizations to take the necessary measures...
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BAFL launches first ever digital banking portal in Pakistan

State Bank of Pakistan has taken a radical initiative that encourages the banks to launch their own digital onboarding...
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