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After the Supreme Court in Ethiopia reduced his jail rem in November last year, reports indicate that a top opposition official, Yonatan Tesfaye, has been released. Journalists and activists confirmed that he had been released from the Zeway prison located in the Oromia State. According to blogger Befeqadu Hailu, his …

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An influential Ethiopian political activist has had his Facebook account temporarily blocked over what could best be described as hyperactivity. But the social media giant’s official decision to block Jawar Mohammed despite using a verified profile was: “It looks like you were misusing this feature by going too fast.” According …

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Facebook makes privacy push ahead of strict EU law.

Facebook (FB.O) said on Monday it was publishing its privacy principles for the first time and rolling out educational videos to help users control who has access to their information, as it prepares for the start of a tough new EU data protection law. The videos will show users how …

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15-year-old Sabriya McLean stabbed 80 times and set on fire by man she met on Facebook

15-year-old Sabriya McLean of New Castle, Delaware was found stabbed approximately 80 times and set on fire by a man she met on Facebook Sabriya had been reported missing by her family on Monday, before her body was found in the 200 block of South 49th Street late Tuesday morning. …

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Man Hangs Himself & His 11 Months Old Daughter, On Facebook Live After Suspecting His Partner Of Cheating

In what has to be some of the most sickening video footage ever seen on social media, a 21-year-old father, angry after an argument ensued between him and his partner, hanged his 11-month-old daughter on Facebook Live before hanging himself at a deserted building in Phuket, Thailand on Monday, April …

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Egypt court sentences lawyer to 10 years for Facebook posts

An Egyptian criminal court has sentenced a rights lawyer to 10 years in prison and five years of house arrest and a social media ban for using Facebook to “destabilize the general order” and “harm national unity and social peace.” The Alexandria-based lawyer, Mohamed Ramadan, was sentenced using a controversial …

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