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A Facebook page leaked alleged exams in several governorates around Egypt
Hard to grasp, but true: Google and other large firms are donating large sums of money to the climate skeptic scene. How does that square with an otherwise meticulously managed image as an ecological innovator?For many years, there’s been an overwhelming consensus among scientists that human activity is influencing the climate. But there is a …
The ministry said that the administrator of the unofficial Egyptian Police Facebook page was publishing false news
It was supposed to be funny, and I never expected that it would become this popular, says organiser
A criminal court has fined the country’s exiled opposition leader for claiming the prime minister’s Facebook page had been inflated by fake “likes.”
Journalist Ibrahim El-Garhi verified the authenticity of the campaign and said it is for the sake of Egypt and the current government
Some see acclaimed Israeli author Etgar Keret as a traitor due to his criticism of the government.
Mark and Priscilla Zuckerberg are committing $3 billion (2.67 billion euros) to set up a Biohub research center aimed at eradicating all disease by the end of the century. The center will focus on basic research.
Internet users in the Arab world expected to rise to 226 million by 2018
During his visit to Nigeria and Kenya, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hinted at the possibility of adding software for more African languages, to ease Africans’ access to the online social network’s applications.
After a thunderous explosion rocked SpaceX’s main launch pad in Florida, destroying a rocket and a satellite Facebook was going to use to beam Internet to parts of Africa, companies are counting the cost.
Social media websites incite violence, says lawyer
Latest exam papers in second round of examinations photographed and posted on social media
Aiming to defeat digital sexual harassment via different social media networks, Ahmed Ramadan launched a campaign on Facebook to help girls report any inappropriate messages or revealing photos they receive on their accounts. Ramadan is a volunteer who has been working with El Basma Charitable Association on the harassment file for over four years. The Facebook group “Congratulations, …
Challenging the customs and traditions of our society and breaking taboos, a group of women decided to use Facebook as a tool to test the loyalty and honesty of their lovers and find out about their previous relationships. More than eight groups were created under the same name, “I Know Him”, on which women started …
With parliament set to discuss a new bill that would crack down on internet users under vague terms, one of the last open spaces for Egyptians could be under threat
Pokemon Go players have stumbled into places they really shouldn’t be on the hunt for digital monsters. It seems that for some fans of the popular app, catching them all is more important than personal safety.
After using social media to publicly quash the coup, Turkey’s government is cracking down on news sites and purging state institutions again. Here is how censorship works in the country – and how Turks react to it.
YouGov’s market research found, through interviews, that technological giants like Facebook, Google, YouTube are the most positively perceived brands in Egypt
More and more people in Russia are being given jail sentences for controversial posts on the internet. Simply questioning the annexation of Crimea is enough to lead to charges. Now, laws have been tightened once again.
Priced high to begin with, Line shares shot up even further in value in its first day of trading. The chat app’s emojis have made it a hit in Asia, and investors seem confident that it’s success will spread.
Arrests couldn’t help stop the leaks
The father of a victim of the “Islamic State” (IS) is suing the companies, claiming they empower terror groups. DW talks with an expert about what role these platforms play in the spread of terrorism.
Are algorithms Facebook uses neutral – or do they have an ingrained bias? Hossein Derakhshan argues that it is possible to imagine algorithms that produce balanced news and help productive debates.
It was love at first sight for me but the only thing that I know about him is that he’s from Egypt; says Martino
“Diary of a Pathetic Husband” publishes advertisements for EGP 50 per day
The nationwide secondary exams were leaked on a Facebook page on Sunday
Major Internet companies Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and YouTube have teamed up with the European Commission to combat the spread of hate speech online. They agreed to tackle flagged posts or videos within 24 hours.