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Kyrgyz President's Facebook page hacked

Kyrgyz President's press secretary Galina Baiterek explained the situation concerning the last comments on Sadyr Japarov's Facebook page. Facebook users found insulting comments on Japarov's page addressed presumably to MP …

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Great Armenia and Pashinyan's failed policy

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who came to power in the wake of society's dissatisfation with the Serzh Sagrsyan team’s policies, pursues a completely transparent policy typical of European officials, telling …

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Social media and YouTube blocked in Turkey - reports

Social media platforms across Turkey winked out after an airstrike in Syria killing dozens of Turkish soldiers. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Messenger and YouTube were all reported down. Twitter was the first to go, with national …

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Facebook acquires PlayGiga cloud gaming service

Facebook has acquired PlayGiga, a Spanish startup that ran a cloud gaming service in Europe and some parts of the Middle East.  The social network has confirmed the acquisition to Engadget after a report about the deal was …

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Facebook fined in Turkey over data breach

Turkish authorities have fined Facebook 1.6 million lira ($282,000) for violation of data protection laws which affected nearly 300,000 people, the Personal Data Protection Board (KVKK) said. The KVKK said it had ruled to fine Facebook …

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Turkey fines Facebook for leaking user photos

Turkey's state-run news agency says the country's data protection agency has fined Facebook 1.650 million Turkish lira ($270,000) for contravening data laws, the New York Times reports. The Turkish Personal Data Protection …

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Facebook to reduce political activity in U.S.

Facebook Inc. said that for future presidential campaigns, it will pull back from the kind of on-site support it gave Donald Trump for his 2016 presidential race, Bloomberg reported. The company will still offer …

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Secret Armenian documents to be less in Facebook

The head of the National Security Service of Armenia, Artur Vanetsyan, promised to significantly limit the activity of official representatives of the Armenian authorities in the social networks, especially Facebook, whose live broadcasts became …

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