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Prohibitions inside China’s Great Firewall are trickier to navigate. It won’t surprise you to hear that the double-digit categories of material censor everything from foot fetish videos to political spoofs, and posting on Twitter. In interviews conducted by The New York Times, China’s Twitter users shared harrowing tales of long interrogations and threats made to them and their families. Over the past decade, China has banned a plethora of foreign social media websites, including Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Most young ...
Twitter has been not only been a place where people come and socialize but also a battlefield of sorts. People come and say what they want on this platform. Then, the arguments have counter arguments and so the fight is a never-ending one. With millions of people using the site, the place is never quiet. There’s a constant buzz online. One unhealthy habit that seems to be trending these days, is that of hate comments. New Twitter Policies The social network company has been witnessing a lot of offensive, hateful and violent co...
Twitter has changed its classification in Apple's App Store, moving from Social Media category into News. The move seems logical, as more people use Twitter to get breaking news, according to a study. The social networking site has also become a known platform sharing one's views on national events, sports news, and political issues. One reason why the app has been classified under the News category is that it has always been ranked as the fifth Social Networking app on the App Store behind the likes of Facebook and WhatsApp. By c...
Twitter Stickers is a new feature that may soon become part of the tweets, which will allow its users to add images to their photos just before tweeting them. The tech giant is testing this new feature along with a feature that let the users view pictures with similar edits and suggests other edits that will help users to participate in furthering a meme, says Re/code. The company already provides stickers in its celeb-only photo app – Twitter Camera. Evidently Twitter is not the first social media app that is trying to involve st...
Twitter disowning the 140 character limit would be like Joey Tribbiani sharing food with someone, or Stephen Hawking deciding that he no longer wants to be a physicist. While, many may pass this off as a rumor, various media reports claim that new chief Jack Dorsey plans to drop the microblogging site’s signature feature and a raise the character limit on tweets. The reports started circulating shortly after Chinese social network Sina Weibo removed its 140 character limit. The new format will allow users to post up to 2,000 characte...
This week, Microsoft has come up with its new feature for Outlook, that is, “‘thumbs up’ (Like) and @mention”, as it has decided to bridge the gap between the social media networks and email services. Yesterday, the Tech Goliath announced its plans to further upgrade Microsoft Outlook, the service that caught a huge amount of popularity after its release for an iPhone upgrade client previously by Microsoft. It included exact features from the social media giants Twitter and Facebook. Now, that the features have arrived in ema...
Users for Windows Insider program just got subjected to a nice treat. The new tool of Microsoft gets a new code into the baskets of all hardcore users ahead of the common people: Windows 10 build 10532. Exactly, it’s another build for Windows 10. So what is different in this build? Well, it has improved menus that would provide a more harmonic and symphonic fit. It also grants the ability to distribute notes from the Feedback app by Windows with others. Gabe Aul, Microsoft’s spokesperson, posted in the company’s official blog: ...
The nasty cat-and-mouse game between cybercriminals and their guileless targets is getting abominably nasty. Cybercriminals are getting better and better at ducking firewalls and antivirus programs. A legion of hackers are turning to ransomware, planting virus-loaded ads on legitimate sites, while others potentially harness their efforts in exploiting lame bugs in the webiverse. Lame, you say? It’s still worrisome. Security researchers have found a bug in Google’s Chrome browser which allows a website to masks its address, pretendi...
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