Indian man arrested for calling his village ‘Mini Pakistan’

NEW DELHI: Police in the second largest Indian state detained a 32-year-old man for allegedly calling his village ‘Mini Pakistan’ on social media giant Facebook, Indian news media said Friday. Reports in Indian media cited that the man, Abrar Khan a resident of the Gurh area of Rewa district Madhya Pradesh, has been apprehended for referring to his village as

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Facebook Skirted its Own Rules to Protect India’s BJP from Disciplinary Measures

CALIFORNIA: In another bias behavior of social media giant Facebook, the U.S based company failed to take any action against the Indian ruling party network, which had already violated its policies by using fake accounts for political gains. The biased pattern of Facebook is another example of holding the powerful to lower standards than it does regular users. The company

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Trump comes up with new website after being banned on social media

WASHINGTON: Former US President and Republican leader Donald Trump has launched his own website, 45office.com, amid the ban from Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube following Capitol Hill riots. The former president and first lady, Melania Trump, have launched a website that aimed to preserve the magnificent legacy of the Trump Administration while informing, educating, and inspiring Americans about the US First

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Why did DG ISPR Tweet Twice about Usman Khuwaja?

DG ISPR Asif Ghafoor tweeted twice about an Australian Batsman Usman Khuwaja after he made a century in one match and 91 in another match against India.For all those who missed out on all the political colours of cricket this piece will  walk you right through. So who is Usman Khuwaja and why did the DG tweet about him. It

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Man imprisoned for 8 Years for Blackmailing on Facebook

On Wednesday, Peshawar’s sessions court sentenced 8 years imprisonment and imposed Rs50,000 fine to a man who was involved in uploading pictures of a woman and her family on Facebook to blackmail them. Additional sessions judge Kalsoom Azam under the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act (PECA) 2016 indicted Ahsan Sheraz, a resident of Peshawar. The man created a false Facebook

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