A user on a low-level hacking forum published phone numbers and personal data of 533 million Facebook users in 106 countries, reports Business Insider.
State telecommunications watchdog Roskomnadzor gives Twitter an extra month to remove "illegal content" or face a complete blockage in Russia.
Facebook followed Google in agreeing to negotiate paid arrangements with Australian media, leading the government to water down the arbitration requirements.
To check the tech giants' power, Canberra is pursuing world-first laws that would require Google and Facebook to compensate Australian news organisations, or pay millions of dollars in fines.
Facebook says it will assign a legal entity in Turkey in a bid to comply with legislation enacted last year by the country.
Last month, the United States imposed sanctions on Turkey’s defence industry chief and others over Ankara’s acquisition of S-400 missile defence systems from Russia, a move that Turkey called a “grave mistake.”
Move by the social media giant is the latest attempt by the company to take action against conspiracy theories and misinformation ahead of the US presidential election three weeks away.
Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google "engage in a form of their own private quasi regulation that is unaccountable to anyone but themselves," US lawmakers say in a newly released report.
If the transaction happens, Oracle would become ByteDance's technology partner responsible for the management of TikTok's data and take a minority stake in TikTok, according to sources.
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