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The Kremlin's clash with foreign tech firms over the war in Ukraine continued as Russia's media regulator accused YouTube of hosting "anti-Russia" videos.
Tech companies face fines and jail time under UK Online Safety Bill
The sweeping and controversial draft law aims to crack down on cyberbullying, scams and other harmful content.
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European social media researchers found the video sharing app had blocked 95 per cent of its content in Russia, leaving room for propaganda about the war in Ukraine to run wild.
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'Rossgram': Russia to launch own app after Instagram access blocked
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YouTube blocks access to Russian state-funded media channels globally
The video streaming platform said Russia's invasion of Ukraine now fell under its violent events policy and violating material would be removed.
Twitter launch new 'onion' version to bypass Russian censorship
Twitter has announced a new privacy-protected version to bypass Russian surveillance and censorship.
Violinist goes viral after playing from Kharkiv basement
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Telegram is being used by both sides in the Ukraine war. Is it safe?
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy used the app to call on Ukrainians to resist Russia’s attack, while Russians are using it to access news.
Unarmed Ukrainian citizens filmed confronting Russian soldiers
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Meta watchdog urges crackdown on disinformation around Ukraine war
Tech giants and policymakers must do more to fight online disinformation raging around Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Meta’s Oversight Board tells Euronews Next.
Facebook dismantles Russian disinformation network in Ukraine
The network of around 40 fake pages and groups tried to promote fake news articles about Ukraine and the west, Meta said.
Ukraine: Russia's fight with Big Tech to control the war narrative
From Facebook and Twitter to TikTok, Big Tech is feeling the squeeze from the Kremlin's information war but the platforms aren't taking it lying down.
Ukraine disinformation is spreading. Here’s what you can do to stop it
Disinformation has always been a feature of war. But in an age of unverifiable information being shared on social media, it can be hard to combat.
Ukraine: Twitter accidentally suspends accounts tracing Russian troops
Social media accounts have proven crucial in sharing footage of Russian forces and armoured vehicles entering Ukraine from several locations.
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"Meta keeps claiming it cares about climate change, but they have failed to stop the spread of misinformation about climate change on their platform."
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Big Tech could be made to pay for news content under new UK plans
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