Tag Archives: blogger’s

Google’s newest app Blog Compass helps bloggers in India manage their sites

Google has been heavily focused on serving the needs of Indian web users with the recent launch of apps like Tez for payments, Areo for food ordering, Neighbourly for communities, data-friendly versions of apps like Search and YouTube, and others. Now, the company is launching an app to serve the need of Indian bloggers with an app called “Blog Compass.” The ...

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Russia's security agencies to recruit bloggers for anti-terrorism campaign

Russia’s Security Council has revealed a plan to use bloggers and various civil society groups to help fight terrorist and extremist information spreading on the internet. “Experts of the Security Council‘s research group have proposed to stimulate the interaction between law enforcement agencies and prominent bloggers and civil society institutions, including the socially-oriented NGOs that are ready to support our ...

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‘Nazi scum get out’: Milo Yiannopoulos chased out of NYC pub by socialists, bloggers (VIDEO)

Conservative firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos was hounded out of a Manhattan pub on Sunday by a group of political activists and reporters. Video of the incident shows the left-leaning mob shouting: “Nazi scum get out” at Yiannopoulos. According to reports, Yiannopoulos was patronizing an unnamed Manhattan pub that was also hosting a group of Democratic Socialists, who quickly spotted the controversial ...

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'When you're right, you fight,' pro-Trump bloggers Diamond & Silk, 'censored' by Facebook, tell RT

Diamond and Silk, star bloggers that came to prominence as fervent supporters of Donald Trump, told RT they felt ostracized by Facebook for their views after the social media giant told them their brand and content were “unsafe.” The sisters, real names Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, climbed up the social media ranks on the back of the Trump presidential ...

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Bellingcat blogger’s complaint that RT was unfair about his work dismissed by watchdog Ofcom

British broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has rejected a complaint from professional web-surfer and blogger Eliot Higgins, which claimed that an RT report was (to paraphrase) mean about him. The man behind the Bellingcat online investigative team is not normally shy of tweeting about Ofcom rulings involving RT. At the time of writing though, he’s been silent about this one. Higgins complained ...

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