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Apple has suspended directly selling the iPhone 5 in Hong Kong, Sharp teamed up with Foxconn for smartphone sales in Southeast Asia, and Hitachi boasted its capability to store data for hundreds of millions of years.
Apple product debuts in China have been spoiled in the past by riots and out of control crowds, but how did the company fare at the release of its new iPad model?
An Islington man who set up a Facebook group encouraging others to take part in the London riots in August has been sentenced to serve two years in a young offenders institute.Terry Balson set up a Facebook group encouraging others to take part in the London riots.
The Metropolitan Police will use 1980s software to police the Olympics that was inadequate to give a picture of unfolding events during the August 2011 riots, according to a police report.The MetOps messaging and recording software, part of the Met's command and control system from the 1980s, is "not designed for dynamic incident management", according to a report published by the Met on Wednesday.
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The government should not block social media during times of civil disturbance, the home affairs select committee has said, in a report about the August riots
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The communications firm has dismissed as 'entirely inaccurate' a Police Federation report blaming technical problems for a slow response during the disturbances
Another UK man has been sentenced to four years for posting messages on Facebook inciting other people to riot in their home towns. The ruling is to serve as a warning to others, the judge said.
Most Britons believe the web should be limited in times of civil unrest. But not everybody agrees; particularly the younger generation.
The UK government was 'not hypocritical' in considering restricting the use of social media during the London riots, yet praising the Arab Spring movements, according to foreign secretary William Hague.The UK government will not restrict or shut down social media such as Twitter during UK civil unrest, Hague told ZDNet UK on Wednesday.
Governments should not crack down on internet freedoms in the name of security, according to prime minister David Cameron.Cameron, who considered turning off social networks during the recent London riots, cautioned governments about using repressive measures to limit the flow of online information.
A Facebook executive said, even in times of civil unrest like the London riots during the summer, that the British prime minister 'would not' block the site's access.
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Over 3,300 people were arrested, some charged and many jailed after the England riots in August. Facebook, Twitter and BlackBerry were called to parliament to give evidence.
Tumblr might be the biggest social network you've never heard of. You might well have come across Tumblr in the wake of the London riots, as it was used for a popular blog showcasing images of rioters amusingly-photoshopped to show them clutching stuffed toys or wearing Justin Bieber T shirts.
The Home Office has pulled back on plans to introduce blocking of social networks during civil unrest, as promised by prime minister David Cameron in the wake of riots earlier in August.A meeting on Thursday between home secretary Theresa May and Twitter, Facebook, Research In Motion and police bodies stayed away from calling on the companies to restrict or block their services.
The UK government has backed down on plans to restrict or limit social media use in "times of crisis", in a meeting responding to England riots earlier this month.
Facebook and Twitter are expected to offer 'no concessions' to police and government in future riots, as the British PM calls for social media sites to be 'blocked'.
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