UK political group Tehreek-e-Kashmir says Twitter is suspending Kashmiri and Pakistani accounts without reason while organised Indian accounts and groups are openly harassing, abusing and trolling Kashmiris using bots.
State telecommunications watchdog Roskomnadzor gives Twitter an extra month to remove "illegal content" or face a complete blockage in Russia.
Dorsey's tweet highlights a surge of interest around NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, that use the blockchain technology behind cryptocurrencies to turn anything from art to sports trading cards into virtual collector's items that can't be duplicated.
Turkey's new social media regulations require social media platforms with more than one million unique daily users to appoint representatives who can handle court orders to take down offending content within 48 hours.
Welcome to the bizarre world of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) – unique digital assets that could reshape how we view copyright and the internet.
A memo, which went to all schools in Kabul and was later rescinded, stated that girls older than 12 cannot perform in any public events and that singing at such events is strictly forbidden. Authorities say the authors had misunderstood the purpose.
Iranian social media has been awash with criticism of new music video by popular underground Iranian singer, “Sasy,” who over the years has become known for contentious lyrics that Iran's conservatives see as tainting the country's moral probity.
The firestorm around Governor Andrew Cuomo grew a day after the Times Union newspaper reported that he had allegedly sexually assaulted an unidentified aide late last year.
The move from the Russian authorities comes after nationwide protests over last month's jailing of Alexey Navalny, a prominent critic of President Vladimir Putin.
Hundreds of thousands of videos uploaded by Syrian activists were removed following the introduction of automated software in 2017 to detect and delete objectionable content.
Jack Dorsey's post from March 2006 received offers that went as high as $88,888.88 within minutes of the Twitter co-founder posting it for sale on a website that sells tweets as non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
The #BoycottSpiderMan hashtag gained additional traction as Twitter users mocked others for mistaking the actor for a historian with the same name.
Subscribe to our Youtube channel for all latest in-depth, on the ground reporting from around the world.
Copyright © 2021 TRT World.