Senate approves FG request for $1.5bn, €995m external loans and more
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Chad President Idriss Deby killed on frontline, son to take over, INEC to resume CVR on June 28
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Study unveils Facebook gender bias in job ads
A new study examined Facebook's ad-delivery algorithms and found that some ads were directed to a particular gender "beyond what can be legally justified" by differences in job qualifications.
Facebook: Chinese hackers spy on Uyghur Muslims abroad
Facebook has said it blocked a group of Chinese hackers that used the platform to target Uyghur activists living abroad and compromise their security by using surveillance software.
Facebook agrees deal to pay Murdoch's Australian news outlets for journalism
Facebook has agreed to pay Rupert Murdoch's News Corp for its journalism content in Australia, a month after the social media platform temporarily blocked news links inside the country over legislation pressing digital giants to compensate publishers.
Australia passes media law as Facebook defends news blackout
Facebook says it was asked to pay a "potentially exorbitant price" in a dispute with Australia over payments to media groups. Australian lawmakers have now officially passed the newly amended media law.
News to return to Facebook in Australia after government deal on media code
Facebook has said news articles will start to re-appear in Australian users' feeds in the coming days, after it reached a deal with the government on plans to make tech giants pay for journalism. The agreement sees four changes made to the proposed media code, including adding a period of mediation before a government arbitrator intervenes in a dispute between tech companies and publishers. Also in this edition, shares in the Brazilian oil giant Petrobras have slumped after President Jair Bolsonaro moved to replace its CEO.
NAF confirms Beechcraft King Air B350 crashed, Niger state secures release of abducted passengers
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Will Facebook's Australia news ban prompt more regulation?
There's been outrage from politicians and publishers, after Facebook decided to block news content for users in Australia. But will the standoff lead to more regulation? Also in the show - following a number of high-profile hacks, the French government has announced a major investment in cybersecurity.