As a new leaked report from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons proves US-backed rebels were behind chlorine attacks in Syria, not Bashar al-Assad, here’s a reminder why we all need to be particularly cautious over War coverage in the digital age of social media.
Canada’s Democratic Institutions Minister Proposes New Laws To Regulate Social Media Apps Prior To October Elections
After Canada’s election regulatory authority published a new 28 page report this morning, Canada’s Democratic Institution Minister proposes enacting new laws to regulate social media Apps domestically prior to October elections.
Pakistani Journalists/Activists Whom Publicly Expressed Support for Slain Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi To Be Investigated by Pakistan’s Cybercrime Division
A leaked letter from Pakistan reveals the Governments intent to investigate all journalists/political activists whom publicly expressed support for Jamal Khashoggi during Mohhamad Bin Salman’s visit to the country in February.
As Women Stage Public Protests Around Iran, Video Journalists Demonstrate The Increased Level of Hostility, Violence & Abuse Women’s Rights Activists Face Inside The Country
Women around Iran are raising awareness and fighting for equality by publicly taking off their hijabs and filming the reactions they get from Iranian society – shinning a bright light on just how hard the fight is for them inside the country.
Understanding How The Chinese Government Leverages Social Media To Influence Public Policy & Political Opinion Abroad
Here’s a unique look at the use of informational Warfare utilized by China, breaking down how the Government utilizes social media and troll farms as a means of influencing civil discourse and political policies.
Government of Sudan Restricts National Internet Access, Blocks Social Media Amidst Ongoing National Protests
In the wake of deadly protests throughout the country over recent days, the Sudanese Government has blocked national internet access and restricted access to social media accounts to prevents protesters and activists from coordinating further demonstrations.
Late in November, Ethiopian authorities announced a new Government initiative aimed at cracking down on the spread of fake news and hate-filled social media postings deemed to be fueling conflict and ethnic tensions around the country.
A new study of Democrats, Republicans and Independents paints an interesting view of the opinions of Americans in regards to social media, as well as how the industry is helping or hurting this country at the present moment in time.
To crack down on international espionage, Russia has passed new laws banning all active duty military personnel from using or sharing on social media networks/platforms.
Believe it or not, it’s actually much easier for hackers to uncover your IP through social media than it is through email. Here are some simple steps you can take to stay protected.