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AFP/File / Lionel Bonaventure Facebook, in its twice-annual "transparency report," says the number of items "restricted" for violating local laws more than doubled compared to the prior six-month period, to 55,827

Facebook to Slap restrictions on groups spreading false information

Facebook has rolled out a host of updates to its website policy to maintain the integrity of information that flows throughout its platform and...
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Facebook pulls down 687 pages belonging to India’s congress party ahead of polls

Social media giant Facebook Inc. has removed 687 pages and accounts linked to India's main opposition National Congress party. The company Monday said pages,...
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Facebook and ACLU Settle Over Biased Advertising

Facebook said Tuesday it has reached settlement with U.S. civil rights organizations including the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) over discriminatory advertising practices. The world's...
AFP/File / Lionel Bonaventure Facebook, in its twice-annual "transparency report," says the number of items "restricted" for violating local laws more than doubled compared to the prior six-month period, to 55,827

UK Parliament Tackles Facebook

Facebook has come in for strong criticism from British Members of Parliament (MPs), as the authorities attempt to reduce the immense influence of social...
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Kremlin Unhappy with Facebook for RT Channels Block

The Kremlin on Monday condemned the blocking of Russian government-backed RT video channels by Facebook as "unprecedented and undisguised pressure on the Russian media." "Unfortunately,...

British Lawmakers Scolds Facebook, Seeking Stiffer Social Media Guidelines

British lawmakers accused Facebook of "intentionally and knowingly" violating data privacy and anti-competition laws as they call for tighter regulation of tech companies and...
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Facebook pledges to Disregard Fake Election News in Africa

With elections scheduled to be held in various African countries this year, Facebook has devised mechanisms to reduce the spread of fake news, the...

Police caution girls on their Facebook friends

Mr David Eklu, the Director General of Public Affairs of the Ghana Police Service, has asked girls to be wary of friends they make...
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Kenyans embrace online groups to run estate affairs and connect

Not long ago, Kenyans living in gated communities would hold monthly meetings through which residents deliberate issues affecting them. At the forums, officials would introduce...

AIMS Launches Maiden Novel Masters In Machine Intelligence In Africa

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) has launched its African Masters in Machine Intelligence (AMMI) at its AIMS Rwanda Campus in partnership with...

Dr. Wask descends heavily on impersonators using his name to dupe women on Facebook.

The CEO of Wask Group of Companies Dr. Williams S.K. Anarfi has warned of impersonators using his name and images on social media, especially...

Facebook suspends 200 Apps after speculations of data breach

Facebook said Monday that it has suspended around 200 apps for possible misuse of data after its CEO Mark Zuckerberg promised in March to...
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Norway pays heavily for Facebook

Norwegian authorities have spent from zero to more than 200,000 kroner (24,800 U.S. dollars) in the last three years for published posts on Facebook...

Indian Prime Minister is the most liked personality of Facebook

India's cyber-savvy Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the most "liked" world leader on social networking site Facebook, a new report revealed. According to the...
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Facebook goes into dating services

Facebook announced Tuesday its plans to launch a dating feature amid the public outcry over its scandal involving the Cambridge Analytica data leak. "This...
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Expert Calls for Stiffer Government Regulation on Social Media Firms

The recent Facebook scandal about 50 million users suffering breach of their private data shows that stronger government regulation is needed to make social...
President Nana Akufo-Addo

African countries urged not to depend on charity

Africa shall move beyond aid and its people would work to make the Continent prosperous and a dynamic member of the world community, President...
Projecting The Future

Ghanaian entrepreneur joins GoGettaz competition

Ghana’s Ivy Barley has joined this year’s “GoGettaz” competition to reward entrepreneurs, helping to change the lives of the youth through innovation. At stake is...
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Trades Minister Does Not Transact Business On Social Media, Including Facebook.

November 22nd, 2017 DISCLAIMER It has come to the attention of the Office of the Honourable Minister of Trade and Industry that, some faceless individual(s) are...

President Of Ghana Holds Bilateral Talks With Theresa May

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo Monday held talks with British Prime Minister Theresa May at 10 Downing Street, to strengthen bilateral ties in the...
National Service

National Service Personnel Unhappy With Executives

Scores of National Service Personnel on Thursday initiated moves to prevent Executives of the National Service Personnel Association (NASPA) from deducting an amount of...
tourism in Ghana

Facebook & Instagram Places African Tourism on the Map

Showcasing how tourism operators and agencies can leverage Instagram, Facebook Live and Facebook 360, the Facebook and Instagram team discussed how new technologies can...
Facebook says that its growing mobile user base has helped it boost its advertising revenue ?

Facebook supports 2017 loeries creative week

Facebook is once again throwing its full support behind young, digital talent in South Africa, with a busy programme of events for Loeries 2017...
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Lydia Forson descents heavily on Dela Coffie

Actress Lydia Forson has hit hard at an activist of the National Democratic Congress, Dela Coffie following his recent attacks on Dr. Valerie Sawyerr...

We have thrown away our cherished moral standards

The Ghana I knew Dur¬ing my Middle School, O' Level, A' Level days, is not the sa¬me Ghana I see today. The Ghana that...

Facebook announce winners for the Bots for Messenger Developer Challenge

Facebook  selected 3 winners from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) from 60 finalists as part of the first-ever Bots for Messenger Developer...

Facebook’s outlines its counter-terrorism procedures

Facebook, Inc., the social networking service claiming to have 1.94 billion monthly active users worldwide, said Thursday it wants to be "a hostile place...

Germany’s hate speech bill “inappropriate” – Facebook

Facebook criticized the new German hate speech law, calling it "inappropriate" in their first official statement since the bill was drafted, the German business...

60 finalists choosen for Facebook Messenger Developer Challenge

Facebook in Bots for Messenger Developer Challenge Facebook has selected 60 finalists from the hundreds of entries it received from across the Middle East and...

Thailand Prepared to Sue Facebook Over Monarchy Content

Authorities in Thailand have warned Facebook to take down content critical of the monarchy, or face legal action. The social media giant has been given...