Saturday, 30 May 2020

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Egyptian News Vision // It seems that the US President, Donald Trump wanted to settle his accounts with Twitter after he fell out of a row after a measure taken by the microblogging website against his blog, where he removed social media from protection and said that it is not above the law.

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Egyptian News Vision // Parallel to the Zoom app for video calls, and a dead app from Google, Facebook has launched an application for group voice calls, which can make calls between eight people.

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Egyptian News Vision: - With the continued growth of the Facebook Gaming service and the current increase in viewership during the Corona epidemic, Facebook has seen the time now to launch a new live streaming gaming app, which will be available to over 700 million monthly users who will share gaming content via Facebook.

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Dubai United Arab Emirates:- Facebook has released new updates to the WhatsApp app, preventing users from re-receiving messages only once during the conversation.

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The head of communications at Facebook, which owns WhatsApp, has confirmed that there is no penetration of the phone of the American billionaire and the owner of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, according to his statement to the BBC.

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Friday, 20 December 2019 14:53

France imposes a new fine on Google

The US network CNBC said that France imposed a fine on the American technology giant, Google, for the non-competitive behavior.

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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:-- The opposition against Qatar, and Prince Tamim, seems to have harassed the authorities in Doha, prompting the Qatar-based Al Jazeera media network to demand that the social networking company Facebook remove the Qatarilex accounts.

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Monday, 16 September 2019 17:33

A new Moroccan artist accused of rape in France

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- The Arab public did not forget the case in which the Moroccan artist, Saad Lamjarrad, was accused of rape, which he committed in France, until a new rape, in which a Moroccan comedian was accused.

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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Facebook has banned a number of prominent American and European figures from using its social platforms as "dangerous personalities" who hate and persecute religions.

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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- The social networking service "Facebook", "WhatsApp" and "Instagram" were cut off all over the world at 11 am London time, according to DownDetector.

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