Whether these price drops will extend to the rest of the world remains to be seen but we are ever hopeful.
A former president has congratulated Nigeria for banning Twitter and showcased he has no understanding of the situation at the same time.
A tweet from President Muhammadu Buhari flagged by Twitter has resulted in the Nigerian government actively looking to prosecute citizens who are tweeting.
Knockout City is experiencing some growing pains as millions play.
Initially banned for a year, now Amazon has decided to ban the use of its facial recognition software by police indefinitely.
While the Oversight Board has upheld Facebook’s Trump ban, it has said that the decision must be reviewed later this year.
Twitch is the latest platform to boot Trump, doing so on Joe Biden’s inauguration day, and disabling him from creating a new account.
Trump’s YouTube ban has been extended by a week to prevent incitement of violence.
YouTube placed a strike on the official Trump channel, along with banning any new content uploads for seven days minimum.
According to the Financial Times, the ban is part of phased approach that will see the UK remove all of Huawei tech by 2027.
The extension comes following a revised submission regarding the sale to the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US, a panel led by the US Treasury Department.
The decision also means that citizens in Portland could receive a minimum of $1000 if police illegally use facial recognition software on them.
TikTok is safe for now, thanks to a trio of influencers.
QAnon video content will have to search for a new home now that TikTok and YouTube have banned the conspiracy theory.
This week both Twitter and Facebook have taken a stand against Holocaust denial.
TikTok users in the States got another reprieve, after a judge ruled that the Trump administration could not ban new downloads of the app.
WeChat lives to fight another day in the US.
Geopolitical tensions between India and China show no signs of easing as the Indian government bans a further 118 Chinese apps.