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India wants to force social media firms to quickly erase ‘contentious’ content

India plans to force social media companies to quickly erase what it deems “contentious content,” according to a new draft. The move comes after Twitter ignored the Modi government’s orders to remove content on the farmers’ protests. #India

Singapore's influencers lose earnings as brands cut budgets | Money Talks

Singapore's influencers lose earnings as brands cut budgets | Money Talks

Is Facebook polarising India even further?

Is Facebook polarising India even further?

EU parliament approves copyright reforms | Money Talks

EU parliament approves copyright reforms | Money Talks

Are social influencers changing?

Are social influencers changing?

Can football stay separate from politics?

Can football stay separate from politics?

Klinsmann's Iran 'culture' remarks lead to backlash

Klinsmann's Iran 'culture' remarks lead to backlash

Churches in Denmark and Sweden cancel services amid energy crisis

Churches in Denmark and Sweden cancel services amid energy crisis

TRT World Citizen Awards honour heroes from around the globe

TRT World Citizen Awards honour heroes from around the globe

Gaza opens its first virtual reality cafe

Gaza opens its first virtual reality cafe

A look at Malaysia's new prime minister: Anwar Ibrahim

A look at Malaysia's new prime minister: Anwar Ibrahim

Black World Cup stars subjected to racism on Twitter

Black World Cup stars subjected to racism on Twitter

The internet is obsessed: Messi & Ronaldo

The internet is obsessed: Messi & Ronaldo

How Kazakhs reacted to the snap presidential election

How Kazakhs reacted to the snap presidential election

Who is Qatar’s FIFA World Cup ambassador, Ghanim Al Muftah?

Who is Qatar’s FIFA World Cup ambassador, Ghanim Al Muftah?

Kazakh “orteke” puppet theatre bids for UNESCO recognition

Kazakh “orteke” puppet theatre bids for UNESCO recognition

Illegal drug trade increases in Germany

Illegal drug trade increases in Germany

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