Facebook’s Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg has laid out a vision of his company serving as a bulwark against rising isolationism. As Ciara Lee reports, he’s written a letter to users saying the company’s platform could be the “social infrastructure” for the globe. Continue reading
A German court holds its first hearing in the case of a Syrian refugee who is suing Facebook after the social networking site declined to remove posts linking him to crimes and militant attacks.
File footage of Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy Note 7 as the company said it will announce the results of a probe on what caused some Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to catch fire.
King III says “in the heat of emotion a lot of things get said,” as he gets questioned by journalists about Trump’s tweets attacking Lewis.
WEFLIVE 365 aggregates and analyses Twitter conversations.
Twitter data is tracked on two distinct ways:
Top participants are made up exclusively from delegates and participants of WEF events. The list will initially include those from Davos 2017, and will be updated with participants from each regional event (e.g. WEF India).
Stats, Heat map, Top tweets, Top articles, are tracked based on keywords used in tweets from anywhere in the world.
A new French labour law gives employees the “right to switch off” from email, smartphones and other electronic leashes to preserve off-hours and holiday time.
Wearables are all the rage these days, and now there’s one that promises to turn most of us into responsible alcoholics.
Yahoo says one billion accounts exposed in newly discovered security breach.
Ugandan authorities order the closure of a chain of Bridge International Schools, a for-profit international chain of schools backed by Microsoft founder Bill Gates and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg over concerns about poor sanitation and curriculum.
Twitter, Google, Facebook are changing their policies to prevent bullying and improve accuracy. Bobbi Rebell reports.