The social network giant is reportedly planning to launch a music streaming service to compete with those from Apple, Google, and others.
The South African government has requested user data from Google on numerous occasions, but to date it has not succeeded once.
Over the last century, as mass media expanded across the world and entered into most homes, many countries have used laws and regulation to limit children’s exposure to, for example, violence or sex.
Internet ride-sharing service Uber has notched up over 13 000 signatures on Friday as part of a petition targeted at raising “awareness” over its permit problems in Cape Town.
Facebook has updated its logo – the first change to its brand since 2005.
Media streaming software maker Plex has informed users that some of its servers have been compromised.
A website that is so exclusive it only lets one person in at a time.
China’s legislature approved a sweeping national security law on Wednesday to tighten control of the internet and empower the state to take “all necessary measures” to protect its sovereignty.
The dotAfrica project team and ICANN are frustrated with the delays in delegating the .africa top-level domain, the ZACR has said.