Kate and William stand with the Ukrainian people The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expressed their solidarity with the people of Ukraine. William and Kate tweeted their support for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and “all Ukrainian people” in a tweet personally signed with their initials. The couple included the flagRead More →

Camilla and Theresa May back campaign urging victims of abuse to seek help A new campaign, backed by the Duchess of Cornwall and former Prime Minister Theresa May, has launched to encourage victims and survivors of sexual and domestic abuse to seek help through the NHS. It comes on theRead More →

BOris Johnson must “show some contrition” over reports of Downing Street parties, urged his party leader this morning, the Conservative chairman of the defense select committee. Tobias Ellwood appeared on Sky News to discuss Russia and Kazakhstan, but, as you might expect, the first thing he was asked about wasRead More →

Narendra Modi’s personal Twitter account, which has over 73 million followers, has been hacked. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s personal Twitter account was “very briefly compromised”, the Prime Minister’s Office said. A quickly deleted tweet from its main @narendramodi handle said that India had adopted Bitcoin as legal tender andRead More →

The Bundaberg Regional Council news website has come to the attention of Federal Communications Minister Paul Fletcher, who has raised concerns about the perceived blur lines between news and marketing. Key points: Federal Communications Minister Paul Fletcher expresses concern over Council-funded publication Bundaberg Now is tagged as a “good news”Read More →

Tunisia’s political crisis has sparked a flurry of propaganda and social media manipulation emanating mainly from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), much of which attempts to distort the narrative to justify the government’s decision. Tunisian President Kais Saied to suspend parliament and dismiss the prime minister. ShortlyRead More →

Rights groups and Palestine advocates are demanding responses from Facebook after multiple reports that the social media giant censored Palestinian content on its platforms, particularly during the recent Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip and Occupied East Jerusalem. In one letter To Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg on Wednesday, dozens ofRead More →

Islamabad, Pakistan – Pakistan has temporarily blocked Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp and some other social media services across the country as part of a security crackdown on a far-right religious party, officials say. The temporary ban blocked all access to social media platforms Facebook, Twitter and YouTube and messaging apps WhatsappRead More →