Tuesday, 19 March 2019 Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called for global restrictions on social media following the Christchurch mosque attacks. Facebook and other firms have been criticised for failing to block a live-stream of the attack. In a letter to Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who chairs the G20, Mr Morrison asked for leaders to discuss the issue at the upcoming G20 meeting. On Friday, twin shootings at mosques...
As New Zealand grieves its dead, its political and business leaders are turning to the social media giants Facebook, Twitter, and Alphabet-owned YouTube to take action to prevent hate speech and violence from continuing to spread through its channels.
Queensland authorities issued a new measles alert on Tuesday, April 17, after the thirteenth confirmed case of the illness this year amid growing concerns about the impact of anti-vaccination campaigns..
A Sudanese woman rallied protesters outside the military headquarters in Khartoum on April 8, social media users reported. The image of the woman was widely shared by social media users in Sudan, who..