With Facebook down across the world, users have taken to Twitter to vent their frustrations and poke fun at the social network giant. IBTimes UK has a roundup of the wittiest and most shared tweets currently doing the rounds.
WikiLeaks clarified that Ecuador has claimed that it would 'continue to protect Mr Assange's asylum rights'.
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Thai laws forbid people from insulting the monarch or its family members.
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US-based Taruna Aswani took to social media to fight against cyberbullying.
The researchers' algorithm correctly predicted the outcome of hundreds of cases with 79% accuracy.
The chief focus will be on Koh Dong-jin, the president of the mobile division.
A professional eSports league is in the works for Blizzard's smash hit hero shooter.
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