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The website downdetector.com reported that over 10,000 reports have been recorded for people experiencing trouble with Twitter.
“Our primary focus is on addressing the risks of offline harm,” Twitter explained, “and research shows that dehumanizing language increases that risk."
If you want to put your lunch on Instagram, I won’t stop you. But when it comes to getting clean and sober, maybe keep it to yourself. At least for the time being.
The video was removed from Facebook, but became an instant hit among users.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Captain George, who in reality is a man called Yoram, was presented by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as evidence that his party does not use bots.
Users feared that censorship or targeted complaints by a foreign government had resulted in the suspension.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
In the latest purge of information, the company said it believes 4,779 accounts were associated or backed by Iran.
As massive protests against new extradition law erupt, porn sites admonish users for pleasuring themselves when the political situation is so tense.
Nakhleh explained that the government curb of social media was due to the Mirror’s series titled “Two Decades of Darkness,” which was critical of the king’s 20 years of rule.
By TARA KAVALER/THE MEDIA LINE
There are already some other Jewish-themed emojis in use online and in various messaging platforms: A synagogue, two stars of David and an Israeli flag.
By MARCY OSTER/JTA
Daughter of Yisrael Beiteinu leader Avigdor Liberman said her father “said no more to the debasement of Jewish values and making them a source for profit.”
Watch Eytan Avriel, Susan Glasser, Meirav Michaeli and Boaz Rakocz speak at the IDI's "Democracies under stress: Shared values, common challenges" panel.
Iranian youth have used social media to share music and dancing videos and many have been detained for doing so.
By TZVI JOFFRE
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