Latest in Tag: social media Highlight
Latest in Tag: social media
Ministry asks supporters to make sympathy posts public, not friends only, to boost visibility
Social media, specifically Facebook and Twitter, have become, at present, sources of conflict, clash, and division after they deviated from their main function, which is to provide platforms for communication and exchange of information.
Cairo’s Economic Court has sentenced sexual assault defendant Ahmed Bassam Zaki to three-year imprisonment for misusing social media.
Egypt’s public prosecution investigates young man over rape, assault allegations
Activists, social media users demanded Shawky’s sacking after previous posts featuring radical opinions surfaced
The Voice of Egypt summit began in mid-April by hosting a group of experts and officials via its social media platforms. The experts discussed the impact of the crisis in creating a new reality, and forcing a global shift to creating a different future.
iRead has successfully managed to encourage a diverse community to use their spare time wisely while they are social distancing.
Facebook Journalism Project trains Arab journalists to sort fact from fiction
They are not Uber drivers, they’re independent, third-party transportation providers, says Valentino
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE are the most three important market for TikTok currently, says regional communication director
Offices were allocated in all metro stations to receive citizens’ complaints
The recent study by Joachim Allgaier of RWTH Aachen University in Germany analysed the content of a randomised sample of 200 YouTube videos related to climate change
Online sales in Egypt on Black Friday are 940% more than any other Friday, average purchase amount $87
There is no intention at the current time to impose taxes on social media websites advertisements, Salah Youssef, the deputy minister of finance and head of the research department at the Egyptian Tax Authority, said on Monday. On the sidelines of the symposium of the Egyptian Junior Business Association (EJB) to discuss the new taxation …
The total of laws approved last year, marking the highest in Egyptian parliament history
Social media is contemporary face of public space
The Egyptian state has been long pointing on several occasions that social media platforms are the main reason of spread of rumours and negative energy among citizens in the country, suggesting the creation of legislation to criminalise or fine any users who posts or publishes something that could be seen as a threat to the …
Several years ago, the intelligence services of the Zionist enemy established an integrated e-team whose mission is to create sectarian strife between Shiite and Sunni Muslims, Muslims and Christians in the Middle East, and among the Palestinians themselves. This specialised team created pages and groups on social media, named after famous Muslim and Christian personas, …
The east African nation hopes to raise millions from the levy on smartphone apps such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Protesters have threatened to mobilize against the tax unless it is removed by Friday.Critics and human rights groups on Tuesday slammed Uganda’s new “social media tax.” The country’s government was accused of imposing onerous taxes …
Without Facebook, Google, different social media platforms’ cooperation, there is no mechanism or methodology to determine costs of such ads, says expert
‘We came from social media.’ Gifted people speak out about their stories, starts
Platform is free marketing opportunity, win-win situation, says social media specialist
The number of internet users who visit or have social media accounts in Egypt as of January 2018 is 40%, according to data published by Statista market research company. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has the highest penetration rate, 99%, while South Korea and Singapore came in second and third places, at 84% and 83% …
Users published stories on discrimination challenges, how they struggle to wear the headscarf
Social media affects how people think and behave without them being aware, such as in the case of elections integrity, billionaire George Soros says
Advice groups increased recently on Facebook, giving users chance to tell concerns, seek medical, personal advice
The most attractive work element for Egyptian graduates is an international environment, according to Universum’s study
This year, Forbes Middle East reveals its Top 100 Arab Celebrities for the first time, looking at the popularity and influence of actors, singers and TV personalities from across the region.
The Egyptian electronic payments company “PayMob”, one of A15 investment companies, has launched a new product under the name “Accept”, which provides merchants with e-commerce services. Accept allows merchants to carry out direct selling without the need to own a commerce website, which allows retailers to utilise the network to achieve the highest revenues. Accept …