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KonkNaija Media | May 6, 2016

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UK may introduce Encrypted Chat Ban for WhatsApp, SnapChat and iMessage Under “Snoopers Charter” Investigatory Powers Bill

July 13, 2015 |

Hugely popular messaging services – including WhatsApp, SnapChat and iMessage – could be BANNED in the UK under strict new encryption laws.Read More

Adebayor’s family crisis gets messier

June 1, 2015 |

Last Updated: 1 hour ago ¦ Brother hits back IKENNA OKAFOR, who was in Lome, Togo Following the recent posts published on Facebook by Tottenham Hotspur’s striker, Emmanuel Seyi Adebayor against his mother and siblings, Ikenna Okafor caught up … Read More

What CEOs Have Learned About Social Media

May 20, 2015 |

When it comes to social media, today’s CEOs have made a remarkable transition over the past five years. A recent analysis by my firm, Weber Shandwick, found that 80% of the chief executive officers of the world’s largest 50 companies … Read More

What’s New in #SocialMedia: March 2015 Updates

April 3, 2015 |

Source; Search Engine Journal (SEJ)

This was a slightly lighter month for social media updates than last month, but there were quite a few for Facebook, as well as some for Twitter and Instagram.


Facebook will turn its Messenger service … Read More

WhatsApp extends service to desktop. Well… with limited functionalities

January 26, 2015 |

Facebook’s baby, WhatsApp said last Wednesday that users can now send messages from desktop browsers by using WhatsApp Web provided they are not Apple devices, for reason of ‘Apple platform limitations’.

A caveat:

While announcing the new service, WhatsApp said … Read More

Zuckerberg on Charlie Hebdo: Facebook will protect free speech

January 10, 2015 |

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, responding Friday to the Paris attack on Charlie Hebdo, vowed to make Facebook a place where people can speak freely without fear of violence.

Zuckerberg said that a Pakistani lawyer petitioned to have him sentenced to … Read More