Facebook founder, Zuckerberg moves to stop sharing of nude photos, videos without permission

Founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, on Wednesday launched a campaign against ‘revenge porn’. Revenge porn is any intimate photo shared without permission. According to the multi billionaire, this will prevent individuals from sharing nude, intimate photos without permission in order to keep people safe. Zuckerberg stated that ‘Revenge Porn’ on social media promotes cyberbullying, which…

Mark Zuckerberg makes Huge announcement about Wife Priscilla

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan are expecting their second child. In an Instagram and Facebook post, Zuckerberg, 32, announced the two are expecting another baby girl after the birth of daughter Maxima  in 2015. “I cannot think of a greater gift than having a sister and I’m so happy Max and……

Facebook introduces customisable filters to check nudity and violence

Social media giants Facebook is planning to check nudity and violence of any form on its platform by introducing customisable filters. Facebook is giving users the power to define what is and isn’t objectionable, and also influence the local defaults of those who don’t choose voluntarily in order to select how much nudity, violence, graphic…

Facebook objects to release of data in class action lawsuit

An Illinois law is proving a thorn in Facebook’s side as a class action lawsuit, alleging mishandling of biometric information, moves toward trial. The latest developments in the case have the social network objecting against releasing or even admitting the existence of all manner of data, but the plaintiffs aren’t taking “objection” for an answer….

Copy of Aborted fetuses must be buried – Texas ◉ NASS to pass “beggar-must-go” law ◉ Nigerians telcos being forced to increase tariff ◉ Govt not privy to tariff increase – Minister Shittu ◉ Senator Sani suspended indefinitely ◉ 76 year old Nigerian mother and 35 year old daughter arrested at Entebbe Airport, Uganda with $800k heroin

Hello Nigeria, this is Breaking Radio. From the headlines and news of major local and international news sources, Breaking presents the Breaking Radio from Lagos; Nigeria’s mega city. I have got news from Thisday, Daily Post, Daily Independent, The Punch, Nigerian Guardian, Vanguard, Nigerian Pilot, Premium Times, Sun Newspaper, PM News, Leadership newspaper, The Herald,…

Aborted fetuses must be buried – Texas ◉ NASS to pass “beggar-must-go” law ◉ Nigerians telcos being forced to increase tariff ◉ Govt not privy to tariff increase – Minister Shittu ◉ Senator Sani suspended indefinitely ◉ 76 year old Nigerian mother and 35 year old daughter arrested at Entebbe Airport, Uganda with $800k heroin

Hello Nigeria, this is Breaking Radio. From the headlines and news of major local and international news sources, Breaking presents the Breaking Radio from Lagos; Nigeria’s mega city. I have got news from Thisday, Daily Post, Daily Independent, The Punch, Nigerian Guardian, Vanguard, Nigerian Pilot, Premium Times, Sun Newspaper, PM News, Leadership newspaper, The Herald,…

Mark Zuckerberg’s Thoughts on Facebook and #USElection2016

The Facebook goal is to give every person a voice. We believe deeply in people. Assuming that people understand what is important in their lives and that they can express those views has driven not only our community but democracy overall. Sometimes when people use their voice, though, they say things that seem wrong and…

German prosecutors investigate Facebook over hate speech

Social media giants Facebook are currently under the scrutiny of German prosecutors who are investigating the Mark Zuckerberg led platform over hate speech accusations. The probe follows a complaint alleging the company broke national laws against hate speech and sedition by failing to remove racist postings. A spokesman for the Munich prosecutor’s office declined on…

Ugandan Court bans Zuckerberg, Gates-backed schools

Uganda’s High Court on Friday ordered the closure of a chain of low-cost private schools backed by Microsoft and Facebook founders Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg. A judge ruled that the 63 Bridge International Academies provided unsanitary learning conditions and had not been properly licensed. The ruling is a blow to Bridge International which has…