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Angela Merkel sees Twitter’s cancelling of Donald Trump as ‘problematic’

German Chancellor Angela Merkel considers US President Donald Trump’s eviction from Twitter by the company “problematic”, her spokesman said. Twitter permanently suspended Mr Trump from...

JK Rowling expresses gratitude after literary luminaries write supportive letter

JK Rowling has expressed her gratitude after playwright Sir Tom Stoppard and actress Frances Barber signed a letter saying she is a victim of...

US judge temporarily blocks TikTok ban

A US judge has temporarily blocked an order which would have banned the popular video sharing app TikTok from smartphone app stores in the...

TikTok fate in the balance as US judge weighs up app store ban

Lawyers for TikTok have pleaded with a US federal judge to delay the Trump administration’s ban of the popular video sharing program from app...

US judge approves injunction to delay WeChat restrictions

A federal judge has approved a request from a group of WeChat users to delay looming US government restrictions that could effectively make the...

Facebook blocks man’s planned end-of-life broadcasts

Facebook has blocked live broadcasts from a chronically-ill man who appealed to French President Emmanuel Macron for a medically-assisted death and who wanted to...

Twitter boss accuses rival tech giants of ‘killing competition’ online

Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has accused rival tech giants of “killing competing ideas” and threatening fairness on the internet. Mr Dorsey said that “large organisations”...

Starbucks pauses social media ads amid Facebook boycott call

Starbucks has become the latest company to say it will suspend social media adverts after a campaign led by civil rights organisations called for...

Justin Bieber sues social media users who accused him of sexual assault

Justin Bieber has launched legal action against two social media users who accused him of sexual assault. The pop star, 26, had earlier issued a...

British regulator ready to issue fines and penalties against social media firms, MPs told

Internet platforms could face fines and “sanctions for directors” if Ofcom is appointed the online regulator, its chief executive has told British MPs. Melanie Dawes...

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