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Ukraine invasion dilemma for US Big Tech

WASHINGTON: US tech giants were under intense pressure to pick a side regarding Ukraine’s invasion, at once facing calls to stand against Moscow’s internationally condemned war but also Kremlin retribution for resistance. Services like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have a unique power because of their global reach and ubiquity, but they are profit-motivated companies so a stridently principled stand can be bad for business. Since Moscow attacked its neighbor Ukraine this week, the besieged nation has urged firms from Apple to Google and Netflix to cut off Russia, while Facebook said its service was curbed for refusing to bend to Kremlin demands. Twitter, which faced fines and slower service last year over government orders to remove certain content, reported Saturday its network was “be...

Kuwait Times | February 27, 2022

Ukraine war forces US Big Tech to pick side

WASHINGTON, D.C.: US tech giants were under intense pressure to pick a side regarding Ukraine''s invasion, at once facing calls to stand against Moscow''s internationally condemned war but also Kremlin retribution for resistance. Services like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have a unique power because of their global reach and ubiquity, but they are profit-motivated companies so a stridently principled stand can be bad for business. Since Moscow attacked its neighbor Ukraine this week, the besieged nation has urged firms from Apple to Google and Netflix to cut off Russia, while Facebook said its service was curbed for refusing to bend to Kremlin demands. Twitter, which faced fines and slower service last year over government orders to remove certain content, reported Saturday its network...

The Manila Times | February 27, 2022

Internet becomes battleground in Russia''s Ukraine invasion

Social media platforms are beginning to crack down on Russian state media in response to the Kremlin''s efforts to tighten controls around internet communications. Why it matters: Tech giants that provide services around the world prefer not to take sides in conflicts where they operate in both combatants'' territory, but Russia''s invasion of Ukraine is making that stance tough to maintain. Driving the news: Google said late Saturday it is pausing monetization of Russian state-funded media across its platforms, hours after its subsidiary YouTube announced a similar measure, citing "extraordinary circumstances in Ukraine." A YouTube spokesperson noted it will also be "significantly limiting recommendations to these channels." Facebook parent Meta on Friday said it would also prohibit Ru...

Axios | February 27, 2022

Moving - Facebook, Google and Twitter limit ads over Russia''s invasion of Ukraine

The moves come as U.S. tech platforms are under pressure to take a stronger stance against Russia and limit disinformation.

Business Mag | February 27, 2022

Facebook and Twitter respond to Russian operation in Ukraine

Facebook and Twitter have joined YouTube in banning Russian state-linked media from monetization on their platforms over Ukraine Read Full Article at RT.com

Russia Today | February 27, 2022

Facebook and Twitter respond to Russian operation in Ukraine — RT World News

Facebook and Twitter said on Saturday they were barring Russian state-linked media from running ads or making money off of their platforms in response to Moscow’s military operation in Ukraine. Nathaniel Gleicher, the head of policy security at Meta, Facebook’s parent company, said “Russian state media” were banned from “running ads or monetizing on our …

State Of Press | February 27, 2022

Ukraine crisis: Twitter says its site is being restricted in Russia

Internet blockage observatory NetBlocks reported that Twitter had been restricted on leading networks.

Business Standard | February 27, 2022

YouTube Blocks Russian News Channels From Earning Ad Revenue

Following the suite of Twitter and Facebook, YouTube now announced barring some Russian news channels from earning ad revenue. Though the full list isn’t shared, the bunch contains RT, a Russian state media. YouTube cited “extraordinary circumstances” for today’s blocking, which has no specific span. Also, the platform is making these channels appear less in […] The post YouTube Blocks Russian News Channels From Earning Ad Revenue appeared first on TechDator .

TechDator | February 26, 2022

Twitter testing a feature to let people reply to tweets with new threads

Twitter may soon let you reply to tweets with separate threads, allowing for detailed conversations while not hindering the original post.

The Indian Express | February 26, 2022

Twitter pauses ads in Ukraine, Russia amid growing conflict

San Francisco, Feb 27 (IANS) Micro-blogging site Twitter is putting a temporary hold on advertisements in Ukraine and Russia to ensure the visibility of public safety information. “We are temporarily pausing advertisements in Ukraine and Russia to ensure critical public safety information is elevated and ads don’t detract from it,” the micro-blogging site wrote in […] The post Twitter pauses ads in Ukraine, Russia amid growing conflict appeared first on Buziness Bytes .

Buziness Bytes | February 26, 2022


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