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Twitter might start charging users for special content in an attempt to drive revenue

Twitter said Thursday it plans to offer a subscription service in which users would pay for special content from...

Feb 26 ·>

Twitter announces major new upcoming features for the platform

Twitter, one of the world’s most popular social media platforms, has announced new upcoming features for its platform. This...

Feb 26 ·>

Facebook to invest $1 billion in news and journalism industry

Facebook Inc on Wednesday pledged to invest at least $1 billion in the news industry over the next three...

Feb 25 ·>

Facebook is testing tools to tackle child exploitation

Facebook says it is testing more tools to help the social network prevent people from sharing content that exploits...

Feb 24 ·>

Exploring the dynamics of increasingly absurd viral trends on Pakistani social media

According to a Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) report, the country’s overall internet traffic saw a jump of 15%. More Pakistanis...

Feb 22 ·>

TikTok strikes deal with UFC to livestream content

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fans on TikTok will now be able to access matches and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, all...

Feb 19 ·>

Facebook might be secretly working on an Android-powered smartwatch

Facebook is up to something, but thankfully, it has nothing to do with your privacy this time. Instead, it...

Feb 13 ·>

Instagram tackles hate speech in direct messages through new updates

In a recent post, Instagram announced that they will disable the accounts of users who send hateful or offensive...

Feb 11 ·>

Facebook blocked in Myanmar as military rule tightens

Myanmar is going through some pretty turbulent times as of late, with the recent coup plunging it back into...

Feb 5 ·>

Government of Pakistan’s developed social media platform is a really bad idea

Minister of IT and Telecom has announced that the Government of Pakistan is working on its own social media...

Jan 11 ·>

Anti-Islamic or Anti-Pakistan content won’t be tolerated in Pakistan – IT Minister

The Federal Minister for Information Technology and Telecom, Syed Amin Ul Haque, declared that the state will not tolerate...

Nov 6 ·>

AIC issues strong statement against the Govt of Pakistan regarding social media rules

The Asia Internet Coalition (AIC) and its member companies have issued a strong statement against the social media rules...

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Oct 24 ·>

PTA requested YouTube to take down indecent and hate speech content

The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority has requested YouTube to remove indecent content and hate speech on Friday. In the statement...

Aug 28 ·>