Mark Zuckerberg has proclaimed his belief that internet should be free for all. Unfortunately his free internet project in India may backfire.
WATCH: Facebook’s free internet in India faces backlash http://t.co/8G0DNKWgnq
— Fortune (@FortuneMagazine) April 17, 2015
Sue Perkins has officially left Twitter. She made the decision to leave after receiving multiple death threats via the social media site when reports emerged that she may be replacing Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear.
— Mashable (@mashable) April 14, 2015
HBO has decided to target Periscope after it had leaked episodes of Game of Thrones. The first four episodes of the new season were leaked with HBO now claiming they broke copyright laws.
— Ars Technica (@arstechnica) April 15, 2015
Instagram has clarified their community guidelines due to a few incidences recently where innocent pictures have been taken down. So just to clarify what is an not allowed nowadays on social media: they will ban buttocks but permit breast feeding.
Twitter has created a new home page with Twitter content for non Twitter users. This new page will feature some of Twitter’s most vital and trending tweets, enforcing its importance as a real-time news stream.