By barring 40 million users from using the platform, the government has effectively silenced ordinary Nigerians and taken away financial opportunities from them.
El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele said that he will send a bill to Congress next week to make bitcoin legal tender in the Central American nation, touting its potential to help Salvadorans living abroad send remittances home.
Hashtags #SaveSheikhJarrah and #SheikhJarrah still raising awareness on social media about Israel's illegal eviction of Palestinians from their land and homes in occupied East Jerusalem.
India's Electronics and Information Technology Ministry sends a letter to Twitter as a "final notice", otherwise the company “shall be liable to consequences" if it does not agree to restrict content criticising PM Narendra Modi’s government.
Social media giant was being used for activities "capable of undermining Nigeria's corporate existence," officials say.
Social media influencers in France say an advertising agency offered to pay them if they agreed to smear Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine with fake stories.
Social media giant says it is worried about the safety of its staff in India, days after police visited its office as part of an investigation related to the firm tagging certain posts by ruling BJP as manipulated.
Whatever his intention, Elon Musk has put Dogecoin investors in a vulnerable position. Should Bitcoin holders be worried too?
TRT World interviewed several activists, including a former Facebook employee and multiple activists who described how the tech giants are choking off Palestine related content.
Pakistan's Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari says ongoing Israeli violence on Palestine is not a conflict but a massacre by an "occupation power," calling on UN to prevent Israel's "state terrorism" in West Bank and Gaza.
Nonprofit rights group, 7amleh, says they received over 200 complaints about deleted posts and suspended accounts related to Sheikh Jarrah evictions but the social media firms say suspensions an “error by our automated systems”.
The armed group Taliban declared a three-day ceasefire in Afghanistan to mark this week's Eid al-Fitr holiday, just two days after the government blamed the insurgents for bombs outside a school that killed more than 50 people, mostly young girls.
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