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    • Trump files lawsuit against Twitter, Facebook and Google

      Trump files lawsuit against Twitter, Facebook and Google

      US ex-president Donald Trump filed lawsuits against the internet giants on Wednesday and said he was demanding the swift restoration of his accounts, news wires reported. In the lawsuits filed in Florida, he accuses Facebook, Twitter and YouTube owner Google, as well as company bosses Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey and Sundar Pichai personally, of an unconstitutional violation of free speech.

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    • Facebook agrees to pay to 170 Australian newspapers

      Facebook agrees to pay to 170 Australian newspapers

      The social network conglomerate agreed to provide financing for setting an innovation fund in Australia as part of a licensing deal with local media, Reuters reported. Under the agreement some 170 local Australian newspapers are set to receive cash from the giant. That brings closer series of agreements announced by Facebook in Australia since the country legislated to make it and Google negotiate content payments to media outlets amid clearb threats of government arbitration.

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    • FB, tech giants suffer a EU slap over users privacy row

      FB, tech giants suffer a EU slap over users privacy row

      The social network conglomerate Facebook faced another restrictive measure from the EU, Reuters reported. Facebook and other tech giants found themselves under cross-fire after the top EU court backed national agencies in their intentions to pursue the companies even when they are not their lead regulators. The court's decision opens the gate for series of potential new sanctions.

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    • Facebook to launch its first smartwatch next summer

      Facebook to launch its first smartwatch next summer

      Facebook is preparing to finally launch its first smartwatch - news that the company hasn’t confirmed publicly. The Verge, however, has learned that the device is set to make its debut next summer, featuring a display with two cameras that can be detached from the wrist for taking pictures and videos. The materials can then be shared directly across Facebook’s suite of apps, including Instagram.

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    • FB bans Donald Trump’s account for two years

      FB bans Donald Trump’s account for two years

      The social network Facebook announced new puntitive measures related to US President Donald Trump, Reuters reported. Facebook elaborated it had taken decision to suspend the account of Trump until at least January 2023. Facebook initially froze Trump's account the day after the deadly 6 Jan Capitol Hill riot that accelerated to violent clashes with fatalities.

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