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February 23, 2021
Facebook reverses news ban in Australia
Facebook has revealed that it will restore news content for Australian users after controversially blocking it in response ...
February 22, 2021
New online platform HomeWerk helps strengthen bond between colleagues working from home
HomeWerk, a new online platform, can help strengthen the bond between colleagues working from home by merging integrated ...
February 22, 2021
WhatsApp clarifies terms of service changes
WhatsApp’s new terms of service updates will not allow the company to read personal conversations, but will change the way ...
February 21, 2021
WhatsApp to go ahead with changes despite backlash
WhatsApp are set to continue with their controversial changes after claiming users were misinformed about the update.
February 20, 2021
Facebook blocked own page during news takedown
Facebook accidentally blocked users in Australia from viewing its own page during a new takedown due to new legislation.
February 19, 2021
Facebook accused of making a 'crass move' by MP
Facebook has been slammed by a British MP, who has accused the company of trying to bully the Australian government.
February 18, 2021
Facebook blocks users from sharing Australian news
Facebook has blocked users from sharing or viewing Australian news.
February 13, 2021
Facebook 'creating audio chat' to rival Clubhouse
Facebook is reportedly creating an audio chat service to compete with Clubhouse.
February 12, 2021
Robert F Kennedy Jr's Instagram account removed over anti-vax posts
The Instagram account of Robert F Kennedy Jr has been removed after he made false claims about coronavirus.
February 10, 2021
Facebook faces lawsuit over alleged data breach
Facebook is set to face a lawsuit that's being led by journalist Peter Jukes.
February 08, 2021
Facebook says sorry for rejecting vaccine advert
Facebook has apologised for rejecting an advert about the coronavirus vaccine.
February 01, 2021
Bing could fill void in Australian market, says government minister
Paul Fletcher thinks Bing could fill the void in the Australian search market if Google withdraws.