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9 September 2019
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Auteur: Catarina Barbosa, Brasil de Fato (Brazil)

“Para obter permissão de explorar ouro no Pará, mineradora expõe dados contraditórios”, 02 de setembro de 2019...

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9 September 2019
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Auteur: Otieno Otieno, The EastAfrican (Kenya)

"Rise of online campaign platforms tests Kenya’s anti-hate watchdogs"...

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9 September 2019
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Auteur: Walter Menya, Daily Nation (Kenya)

"Somali telco behind mast attacks, report says"...

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Article
6 September 2019
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Auteur: Holmes Chan, Hong Kong Free Press

Hong Kong’s rail operator has come under increasing pressure to release CCTV footage of Prince Edward MTR station from the night of August 31, when riot police stormed the platform and trains using pepper spray and batons....

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Article
6 September 2019
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Auteur: Jane Li, Quartz

“A Hong Kong protester site says cyber attacks against it piggy-backed off China’s Baidu”, 2 September 2019...

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5 September 2019
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IPIS has published a report, presenting a bird’s-eye view on communities’ relations with industrial miners in northwest Tanzania. The study concludes that mining companies have taken the first steps towards gaining social licenses to operate. However,...

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1 September 2019
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Auteur: Tripti Lahiri, Quartz

… Twitter… said it had found “a significant state-backed information operation focused on the situation in Hong Kong, specifically the protest movement.” It’s suspended 936 accounts originating from within China that “were deliberately and specifically...

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1 September 2019
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Auteur: Simone McCarthy, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

The swift crackdown on an alleged disinformation campaign linked to Hong Kong’s anti-government protests shows social media platforms Twitter, Facebook and YouTube are becoming more proactive about dismantling influence operations, according to...

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1 September 2019
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Auteur: Anthony Cuthbertson, Independent (UK)

Google has removed hundreds of YouTube channels for uploading videos in a “coordinated manner” about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong. The technology giant said 210 channels were disabled in order to protect the integrity of its platform, pointing to...

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Histoire
1 September 2019
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Twitter, Facebook and Youtube have all taken actions to crack down on an alleged disinformation campaign that was said to be originating in China and spread disinformation about the ongoing anti-government protests in Hong Kong....

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