19 February 2017
18 February 2017
Authorities have less than a week to respond to a request that top officials and social media users alike are arguing is unreasonable.
"No one in political history has released a [campaign ad] showing he's ready to take citizens to their deaths if they don't do his bidding."
State-sponsored Iranian hackers targetting civil human rights users have a new virus targeting Apple computers.
"[The decreasing number of men] exacerbates the problem and negatively affects young women and families, given the social norms that stigmatize unmarried women, divorcees, or even widows."
17 February 2017
On social media, hundreds of "No" Facebook pages have popped up, with humour deployed in the face of strident state propaganda.
Families in Mexico searching desperately for missing loved ones are turning to social media and other digital platforms as an effective way to get the word out.
The ex-wife of Belgrade's mayor gave a bombshell interview this week, making waves across Serbia, implicating her former husband in a political firestorm.
"You speculate that the government may sue the publisher, and so decide to censor the work. The whole incident goes against my principles."
16 February 2017
As social manipulation abounds on Twitter, Venezuela blocks more news websites, and Facebook heads to France to fight fake news.
"Since our audience is really the three billion internet-connected individuals around the world, we need to think big about how to reach these viewers..."
Last month, writing for the popular news site TJournal, Denis Gavrilov interviewed several Uber drivers in Russia, learning about their work, their habits, and of course their passengers.
15 February 2017
"...it's our collective responsibility to make sure they're positive and progressive steps towards a brighter future for EVERYONE."
In the wake of protests following Mexico's hike in gas prices, social media has become a battlefield over the propagation of false stories.
When we want to truly understand what’s going on in Syria, we, at Global Voices, always turn to Marcell Shehwaro.
It's just one of a long list of threats to Europe's oldest lake that are putting its World Heritage designation in jeopardy.
Pour tea sparingly, wave money at a full moon, burn plenty of pine needles and tell your nightmares to running water.
"Kenyans are suffering with this drought and all we are asked to do is dab #DabOfShame"
As allegations of social media manipulation surfaced, seven Kenyan Doctor’s Union officials were jailed for failing to call off an ongoing strike.