Anonymous ‘declare cyber war’ on IS militantsThis week #TECH24 brings you an exclusive interview with Anonymous on why (and how) the collective decided to join the fight against the Islamic State group. We also take a closer...
Young Iranians use illegal technology to bypass internet censorshipIn this edition: young Iranians using illegal technology to bypass internet censorship; a Facebook page naming and shaming bad parents in Kenya; and a butterfly fails to faze a flu...
Islamic State group’s Twitter silence raises questionsIslamic State’s Twitter users, which have trumpeted the group’s violent acts and worldview on the social media service, have gone abruptly quiet in past days.
Photo of Hollande looking lost at NATO summit was fakeA viral photo of François Hollande looking lost at the NATO summit in Wales last week was a fake, it has emerged. Elsewhere, a look-alike of the Moroccan king is jailed for three...
In The Papers
IN THE WORLD PAPERS
Canada and Russia exchange snarky tweetsINTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Fri. 29.08.14: Papers across the world focus on the crisis in Ukraine after Kiev accused Moscow of de facto invasion. Amidst this threat of a serious escalat...
The deleted tweets of Manuel VallsFrench PM Manuel Valls has discovered to his chagrin that deleting tweets that are no longer convenient has placed them under the spotlight even more! Elsewhere, we look at the dis...
#Ferguson on TwitterNews websites are analysing the role Twitter has played in the coverage of unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. Elsewhere, a French right-wing politician, Nadine Morano, has drawn critici...
Photoshoot of French finance minister in rowboat sums up economic woesA photoshoot of Michel Sapin, the French finance minister, in a rowboat comes at a bad time with figures released today showing the French economy has flatlined in the second quart...
New Michael Jackson music video premieres on TwitterFive years after his death, Michael Jackson is back with a posthumous video that breaks new ground with its premiere on Twitter.
ISIS militants send threatening Twitter messages to USIn this edition: ISIS militants sending threatening Twitter messages to the US; calls to restore peace between Azerbaijan and Armenia; and the young man who took a selfie every sin...
MIDEAST – MEDIA
Can Jew-kissing-Arab selfie give peace a viral chance?A photograph of an Arab-American woman kissing her Jewish boyfriend has boosted a social media campaign under the hashtag #JewsandArabsRefuseToBeEnemies. But can love on the web br...
Hollande's glasses evoke Chirac...and 'Mad Men'Were François Hollande's spin doctors hoping to evoke memories of Jacques Chirac and thus rose-tinted nostalgia for the 1970s in chosing a new pair of retro spectacles for the...
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