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The Turkish Parliament has passed a law that gives the authorities in the country greater power to regulate social media content despite concerns of censorship by the international community. This legislation requires all major social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter to keep representative offices in Turkey to deal with complaints against content on ..
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2020
Category: International / World Current Affairs
On June 10, 2020, PM Modi on Twitter announced about the increase in population of Asiatic Lions. Highlights The Asiatic Lion population has increased by 29%. It was 523 in 2015 and has increased to 674 in 2020. India has recorded 36% increase in distribution area of lions. It was 22,000 square kilo metres in ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2020
Category: Environment Current Affairs
A new parasitic fungus was discovered by a Denmark biologist called “Troglomyces twitteri”. The fungus has been named after Twitter as it was discovered in Twitter Discovery The biologist Sofia Reboleira of University of Copenhagen, Denmark founded the species. The image was posted in Twitter by an entomologist 1n 2018. He was sending millipede photos ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2020
Category: Science & Technology Current Affairs
On March 31, 2020, the Ministry of Tourism had launched “Stranded in India”, a portal aimed to support foreign tourists. Highlights The portal aims to disseminate information to the foreign tourists stuck far away from their homeland amidst COVID-19 threats and Lock Down. The tourists can use the portal to learn information about steps or ..
Category: India Nation & States Current Affairs
American social network company Twitter has recently acquired California-based Chroma Labs, known for its ‘Chroma Stories application. The Labs, which develop tools for short video and creation of photos, was founded by seven Facebook and Instagram employees two years ago. Their ‘Chroma Stories’ has various layout templates and frames for pictures. As many as 615,000 ..
US-based social networking and microblogging service, Twitter recently announced that it would label the fake media shared on its platform. From next month, Twitter will start labeling the photo or video, so that its users can identify that the media has been manipulated. It also announced that the firm may remove some media, which are ..