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Facebook now allows hate speech in some countries if it’s anti-Russia

March 11th, 2022

Meta made a big change to the Facebook and Instagram hate speech policies to allow users to express violent thoughts targeting the Russian forces that invaded Ukraine. Facebook and Instagram users in various countries around Eastern Europe can pen posts calling for violence against the soldiers who fight for the invading force. They can also …

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Fake news law will help Russia censor the truth about the Ukraine war

March 4th, 2022

Anyone following the Russia-Ukraine war has seen an increasing number of horrific attacks on civilian targets in recent days. After failing to capture anything significant in the “blitzkrieg” phase of the war, Russia changed its strategy to shelling towns indiscriminately. But Russian citizens do not have access to these news reports from local state media. …

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Hackers are having way too much fun going after Vladimir Putin

February 28th, 2022

The latest Ukraine news continues to paint a picture of a more or less conventional military conflict, following Russia’s invasion of its much smaller, democratic neighbor. That is to say, tanks, airstrikes, and some degree of gun battles have characterized the invasion thus far. Meanwhile, much more unconventional and potentially drastic moves are happening in …

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Google Maps live traffic data was disabled to protect Ukraine citizens

February 28th, 2022

Russia invaded Ukraine last week, starting the war that many people feared. Since then, the Ukrainian resistance has been exemplary, with the country putting up a massive fight against the invading force. The entire world took notice, urging Russia to stop the attack and withdraw. Moreover, western countries imposed sanctions against Russia and sent weapons, …

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Russia Ukraine war: Unexpected videos from the invasion

February 28th, 2022

We’re on the fifth day of the Russia-Ukraine war, and the invasion is going very poorly. The Ukrainian army and people have defended successfully against Russia’s relentless attacks, with the entire western world coalescing to provide immediate support. The whole conflict has been unfolding under our eyes in real-time. It’s all thanks to an avalanche …

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The Ukrainian President is trending online – here’s the latest news

February 27th, 2022

We’re four days into Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The world is watching the conflict almost in real-time on social media. But even if you’re not actively following the Russia-Ukraine war, you’ll see several topics trend on Twitter and other places. It could be SWIFT, the Ghost of Kyiv, or even the Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy. …

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Ghost of Kyiv is trending online – here’s what it means

February 25th, 2022

Russia invaded Ukraine in the early hours of Thursday morning, and there’s been an all-out war ever since. After massive artillery bombardments and air raids, Russian forces have attacked from the north, east, and south. Videos and photos quickly appeared on social media, documenting all that and showing the advance of the invasion in real-time. …