Sri Lanka bombings: Is banning social media after a terrorist attack for the best?
Tuesday, 23 April 2019 Fb, WhatsApp and Instagram went darkish on Easter Sunday in a while after terrorist assaults killed loads in Sri Lanka. It was once a planned albeit arguable resolution at the a part of Sri Lanka’s executive to be able to crack down on “false information experiences,” which incessantly run rampant within the wake of the …
More than 450 people are wounded and 290 are dead following the horrific bombings in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. There were 9 total explosions, mostly targeting churches and luxury hotels. Betty Yu reports. (4-21-2019)
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