After discussing the issue with Twitter executives, the government of Turkey says it will begin to pixelate any Twitter posts that contain what they call 'malicious content'.
Smartron S805 Android TV box: Unboxing and first impressions
Office 2016 launching this year, touch apps coming soon
Introducing Windows 10 for phones
NewerTech Wireless Aluminum Keypad Review
NewerTech Wireless Aluminum Keypad
Hands on with HoloLens
Download: Windows 10 build 9926
A series of drug related ads could be the beginning of Facebook Russia's demise. Russia's media watchdog announced it would not hesitate to block the site if it can prove that the ads had been used.
The four political parties in Russia are developing a bill that, if passed, would give the country's government the power to create a blacklist of websites based on topics like porn and drug ads.
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook and now Time’s Person of the Year 2010, wants to boldly go where few English-language social networks have gone before, China. According to the Guardian, Zuckerberg has been in meetings...
The Australian Federal Government has announced today it will introduce an amendment to the Broadcasting Services Act, which by 2011 will require all internet service providers in the country to implement and activate filtering technology....
Editing your own entry on Wikipedia is usually the province of vain celebrities keen for some good PR. But a new website has uncovered dozens of companies that have been editing the site in order...
Google Korea plans to introduce an age-verification system to its search engine on September 1, by having users verify their age when searching for any of about 700 Korean words judged to be adult and...
A Microsoft representative has responded to allegations surrounding the closure of a popular Chinese blog, confirming that the company did take the blog offline on New Years Eve. Hosted on MSN...