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Meta has warned that Facebook and Instagram could be shut down in Europe if it is unable to transfer data to US servers.

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TikTok tests Snapchat style vanishing video stories feature

Video-sharing platform TikTok is trialling a new vanishing clips feature similar to functions on Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram.

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Joe Biden REVERSES Trump’s executive orders targeting Chinese-owned TikTok, WeChat

US President Joe Biden revoked his predecessor Donald Trump’s executive orders that targeted the popular platforms TikTok and WeChat on Wednesday.

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Apple lifts ban on social network Parler after it agrees to ‘content moderation’ but users worry ‘free speech’ site’s now neutered

The self-proclaimed ‘free speech social network’ Parler will be allowed to return to Apple's App Store after it was previously banned for not censoring enough content and was also accused of allowing threats of violence.

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Facebook and Instagram take DOWN Trump's interview with daughter-in-law Lara where he signaled he will run for President in 2024 and said Biden 'didn't know where the hell he was' when he fell down the stairs

Facebook and Instagram pulled the clip because it 'featured Trump speaking' and the 'voice of Donald Trump'. During the interview Trump talked about Biden falling up the stairs and how 'boring' Twitter had become

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How much YouTube pays influencers for 100,000, 1 million, and 150 million views, according to top creators

This is the latest installment of Business Insider's YouTube money logs, where creators break down how much they earn.

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What Happens When Facebook Slows the News Flow

Residents of a remote island became collateral damage when the social-media giant decided to block its news feeds to Australia. ‘We’ve learned that we can’t just rely on Facebook.’

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Facebook reverses ban on Australian news as government agrees to amend media code

Facebook will lifts its news ban for Australian users and publishers, less than a week after making the shock decision.

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Microsoft says it can replace Google, backs media code

Microsoft has given the federal government a major boost, pledging to soften the blow if Google carries out a threat to leave the Australian market.

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Parler transfers domain name to Epik, domain registrar of choice for the far right

While multiple online service providers have cut ties with right-wing social media platform Parler, one company is welcoming its business.

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Parler Sues Amazon After Tech Giant Kicks Site Off Its Servers

Lawsuit seeks order to prevent Amazon from shutting down social-media platform’s account

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Twitter shares tumble more than 10% after site permanently bans Trump

Shares of Twitter (TWTR) sank more than 10% on Monday after the social media company permanently banned President Donald Trump from the platform late last week.

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Apple, Amazon Move to Marginalize Parler

Amazon said it would stop providing cloud services to the platform and Apple suspended Parler from its App Store, sharply escalating a campaign by tech giants to regulate content they see as dangerous in the wake of the Capitol riot.

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Pornhub deletes millions of videos ​

Pornhub has deleted most of its content, but it claims big social media platforms are the worst offenders as it announces new changes.

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Multiple Google services including YouTube and Gmail simultaneously crashed across the world overnight, sending the internet into a spin.

Multiple Google services including YouTube and Gmail simultaneously crashed across the world overnight, sending the internet into a spin.

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Google services back online after global outages of Gmail, YouTube & others prompt panic

For almost an hour, users across the world reported that Google services were not working for them. The company's main product, Google Search, appeared to be unaffected. The problem now appears to have been fixed.

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Celebs join Instagram 'freeze' to protest Facebook inaction

Hollywood stars and influencers are lending their backing to the “#StopHateforProfit” movement's latest campaign.

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