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De facto first look at sequel appears on social media, with Kazakh presenter praising president’s performance in debate
A parody Twitter account styled to represent the government of Kazakhstan but apparently in promotion of the forthcoming Borat sequel, has praised Donald Trump’s performance in the recent US presidential debate.
“Congratulation to great friend of the Kazakh people @realDonaldTrump for winning debate today!” it read. “Impressive and amazing result for a strong premier who always put America and Kazakhstan first!” Continue reading...
Head of armed forces says both China and Russia trying to undermine cohesion in west
Russia is seeking to destabilise countries around the world by sowing disinformation about coronavirus vaccines that is shared rapidly across social media, the head of the armed forces has warned.
Gen Sir Nick Carter, the chief of defence staff, said the propaganda tactic reflected a strategy of “political warfare” aggressively undertaken by Beijing as well as Moscow “designed to undermine cohesion” across the west. Continue reading...
The suspects worked as part of a team that monitored right-wing extremism online in North Rhine-Westphalia. But they reportedly shared and posted anti-Islam or xenophobic content on chat groups and social media.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has warned that Facebook could not stop him from promoting the objectives of his government, telling the social media giant that they should talk about its purpose in his country.“Facebook, listen to me,” Duterte said in a late-night televised address on Monday. “We allow you to operate here hoping that you could help us. Now, if government cannot espouse or advocate something which is for the good of the people, then what is your purpose here in my country?…
After months of trading barbs through social media, speeches, TV ads and two nominating conventions, US President Donald Trump and former vice-president Joe Biden will meet face to face – and at least two metres apart – on Tuesday for the first presidential debate.The presidential race has been stable for the last few months, with polls showing Biden ahead. Though it’s unclear what would change voters’ minds at this point in the race, the debate will give both Biden, 77, and Trump, 74, a chance…
Many of our restaurants, buildings and murals are becoming nationally known for the sheer fact that us Houstonians can't stop posting about them on social media. If you're bringing someone to town and need a picture for digital posterity, here are Houston's most Instagram-worthy backdrops.
Social media have created new, potent opportunities to pitch soft drinks, snacks and desserts.
The social media giant says it would prohibit ads questioning outcome of election results on its platforms.
Potential election chaos will play out on social media, and Big Tech is worried.
Chargers cornerback Chris Harris Jr. confirmed on social media Tuesday that he would miss at least a month because of a foot injury suffered against Carolina.
With President Donald Trump's election campaign repeatedly sharing misinformation on social media, the Biden campaign wrote to Facebook on the eve of the first presidential debate calling on the company to take action against Trump.
BJP MP Ravi Kishan was accorded with Y+ category security after he received death threats following his comments on the Bollywood-drug nexus. However, he was trolled on social media for the same.
Bollywood celebs have taken to their social media handles to strongly react to Uttar Pradesh's Balrampur gangrape incident. According to reports, a 22-year-old girl was raped in the Gaisari village of Balrampur on Tuesday. The family rushed her to a nearby hospital, but she died on the way.
Holywood personalities from Kim Kardashian West to Viola Davis, Hailey Bieber, Channing Tatum, Charlie Puth, Paris Hilton, Jesse Tyler, Ruby Rose, among many others took to social media to offer their condolences to John Legend and Chrissy Teigen.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend took to their social media handles to share a heartbreaking post about their son, who could not survive complications during the pregnancy.
On social media, people had some concerns about the Ring Always Home Cam. To put it mildly.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg obituaries, reports of missing children and stories from a right-wing satire site made up the week’s most highly engaged stories on social media.
With so many people voting by mail, experts warn final results of the 2020 election may be delayed — opening the door for misinformation on social media. What are the platforms doing to prepare?