23 October 2021
Ethiopia has blocked internet access after protests broke out in response to the murder of popular singer and Oromo rights activist Hachalu Hundessa, who was shot dead last night in Addis Ababa
Internet shutdown in Ethiopia as seen from @Cloudflare's network. Times are UTC
Statement just in from TikTok India
New York Times pulls out of Apple News
Indian Government: 'Modi Govt shows its tremendous resolve and dexterity of engaging China on multiple fronts and hitting China where it hurts the most. This is India's first salvo to China after the border clashes, showing that India has a diverse range of retaliatory options.'
Indian Govt bans 59 Chinese apps, including Tik-Tok. Full list
Coronavirus misinformation spread by Russian and Chinese journalists is finding a bigger audience on social media in France and Germany than content from the European nations' own premier news outlets, according to new research
GitHub goes down, affecting thousands of software developers
Dustin Nemos is at least the 2nd featured speaker at the Washington, D.C. QAnon rally last September to be banned from Twitter, following Dylan Wheeler (known online as "Educating Liberals")
Facebook says it will label 'newsworthy' posts from politicians that violate its rules - including Trump's
1 year ago
GPS Jamming Still Causing Problems in Norway
1 year ago
Telegram said it's ramping up efforts to develop anti-censorship technologies serving users in countries like China and Iran where it is banned or partially blocked
China has opened cyber warfare front against India - 200% increase in number of attacks
North Korea may be backtracking on its harsh rhetoric against Seoul. The DPRK appears to have removed several anti-South Korea propaganda articles from office websites in a move to de-escalate tensions.
Security Service of Ukraine exposed pro-Russian propagandists in Kyiv1 year ago
Security Service of Ukraine exposed pro-Russian propagandists in Kyiv
China threatens 'appropriate response' to US over media curbs
Today, @StateDept designating the US operations of China Central Television, China News Service, the People's Daily and the Global Times as foreign missions
Looks like jpost.com got hacked
Katie Hopkins permanently banned from Twitter, social media firm confirms
Australia's prime minister says the country is under a broad cyberattack from a "state-based actor" targeting government, public services and businesses, but declines to name the culprit
Australia under broad cyberattack from 'state' actor: prime minister
Scott Morrison discussed this with UK PM Boris Johnson last night and Australia is talking to Five Eyes also. PM briefed Anthony Albanese last night around 7:30pm and also briefed premiers
Australia is currently under attack - by a major sophisticated state based cyber actor. The Prime Minister won't say which country is behind the attack but says a range of organisations are being targeted including all levels of Government and sectors.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is addressing a major cyber attack on Australian government institutions as well as the private sector.
No sign foreign actors exploiting US racial divides or COVOD19 on @Twitter "We haven't found evidence of concerted platform manipulation by foreign actors in either of those areas" @policy Dir @nickpickles tells House Intelligence Committee
1 year ago
"China, Russia and Iran have a very large disinformation campaign active against the United States as a source and exporter of COVID. It's just simply nonsense. - U.S. Central Command Commander Gen. Frank McKenzie
Secondary Infektion's content seemed designed to provoke tensions between Moscow's perceived enemies, and to attack Kremlin critics across the globe. We highlighted 9 main themes throughout the years:1 year ago
Secondary Infektion's content seemed designed to provoke tensions between Moscow's perceived enemies, and to attack Kremlin critics across the globe. We highlighted 9 main themes throughout the years:
1 year ago
"A Verizon spokesperson [said] the carrier was "operating at normal service levels" and said that, given that "another national carrier" was having issues, calls to and from that carrier might get an error message, resulting in reports of issues."
T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon customers reporting service outages across California, other U.S. states
T-Mobile: Our engineers are working to resolve a voice and data issue that has been affecting customers around the country. We're sorry for the inconvenience and hope to have this fixed shortly
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