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SaFEnet argues that the implementation of Police's 'virtual police' contradicts its initial goal as the new police unit during its initial inception.
The National Police revealed that three social media accounts received a warning for making online hate speech by the virtual police.
Facebook will restore Australian news pages after Canberra offered amendments to a proposed law designed to force tech giants to pay for media content
The National Police Chief Gen. Listyo Sigit said his side was developing an app to facilitate officers monitoring hate speech on social media.
The military commander believes the power of internet and social media upon potentially spreading propaganda must be overcome.
DPR Deputy Speaker, Azis Syamsuddin, welcomed the central government's plan to revise the ITE Law in consideration of many vague articles.
India rebuked Twitter after the U.S. social media giant refused to fully comply with a government order to take down over 1,100 accounts.
Myanmar's junta extended a social media blockade to Twitter and Instagram on Saturday in the face of a growing protest movement against the coup.
Tokyo Olympics chief Yoshiro Mori apologized on Thursday for sexist comments about women talking too much but said he would not resign.
Facebook said in a blog post on Friday the controls would help advertisers define how their ads show on Facebook News Feed.
Police is investigating a video showing a person reciting the azan [call to prayer] containing calls for jihad.
An academic Ade Armando argued that a revision of Law No. 32 of 2002 on broadcasting is necessary to regulate internet broadcasting.
Singapore-based marketing platform Narrators CEO said 89 percent of consumers' decision to purchase goods were influenced by social media contents.
PSI condemned the Communication and Informatics (Kominfo) Ministry over plans to block social media in its fight against the spread of hoaxes.
The Kominfo Ministry was preparing to issue a Ministerial Regulation (Permen) to block social media accounts spreading false news or hoaxes.
The National Police's Criminal Investigation Unit (Bareskrim) arrested seven people allegedly inciting riots in the Omnibus Law protests.
The decision to ban TikTok was taken after Pakistan PM Imran Khan took a keen interest in the issue.
The Presidential Staff Office said buzzers conduct their work independently which does not enable the government from 'controlling their actions.'
Political observer Ujang Komarudin opined the government's alleged move of hiring influencers could cause democracy to be susceptible to deviations.
Tempo magazine's editorial team found Andi had recruited a social-media-savvy figure in 2019, Pepih Nugraha, along with other influencers.