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AP Explains: How tough new Australian social media law works

Apr 4, 2019

AP Explains: How tough new Australian social media law works

Instagram stars: Harry, Meghan fastest to hit 1 million fans

Apr 3, 2019

A new Instagram account opened by Prince Harry and his wife Meghan is the fastest-ever to gain 1 million followers

Probe after UK soldiers shooting at picture of Labour leader

Apr 3, 2019

Britain's military says it is investigating "totally unacceptable behavior" by some of its soldiers after they were filmed apparently using a picture of Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn for target practice

German minister meets Zuckerberg, wary of messaging plans

Apr 1, 2019

Germany's justice minister is criticizing plans for Facebook to combine its instant-messaging services after a meeting with CEO Mark Zuckerberg, but is offering a wary welcome to his call for more encrypted messaging

Facebook beefs up political ad rules ahead of EU election

Mar 29, 2019

Facebook beefs up political ad rules ahead of EU elections but some politicians complain it will limit bloc-wide campaigning

Grassroots tech group takes startup approach to fight Brexit

Mar 26, 2019

Grassroots group of UK tech volunteers battles Brexit by working like a startup

Austrian far-right activist probed over ties to NZ suspect

Mar 26, 2019

A prominent far-right activist in Austria says he is being investigated over a possible donation received from the alleged Christchurch mosque gunman

Aussie rules club produces video to tackle racism

Mar 26, 2019

An Australian rules football team has taken a stand against racist abuse of players by producing a video that features indigenous leaders at the club explaining why derogatory terms are insulting to the people being vilified

Female Aussie rules player receives online abuse over photo

Mar 20, 2019

An Australian rules footballer says she was subjected to "sexual abuse on social media" following publication of a picture of her kicking the ball during an AFL Women's League match

Teen eggs Australian senator who blames Muslims for attack

Mar 16, 2019

An Australian senator had a raw egg cracked over his head and faces censure from his fellow lawmakers after sparking outrage by blaming Muslim immigration for the New Zealand mosque shootings

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