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  2. 2021 Facebook outage - Wikipedia

    Twitter, Reddit, and alt-tech platforms Parler and Gettr also posted tweets on their official Twitter accounts ridiculing the outage. [18] [29] Users on both Twitter and Telegram reported a slowdown in response times, believed to be caused by people normally on Facebook services switching to those services.

  3. List of COVID-19 vaccine authorizations - Wikipedia

    The Oxford–AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, sold under the brand names Vaxzevria and Covishield, is a viral vector vaccine produced by the British University of Oxford, British-Swedish company AstraZeneca, and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations.

  4. Fake news websites in the United States - Wikipedia

    Fake news websites played a large part in the online news community during the election, reinforced by extreme exposure on Facebook and Google. Approximately 115 pro-Trump fake stories were shared on Facebook a total of 30 million times, and 41 pro-Clinton fake stories shared a total of 7.6 million times.

  5. Alaska lawmaker banned by airline can't reach capital to vote

    Reinbold's Facebook page on Friday contained many posts with Covid-19 misinformation, including advice to take hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin if infected with the virus. Her page also includes ...

  6. Internet prostitution - Wikipedia

    Mobile devices such as smartphones have further increased the use of the Internet both generally and for prostitution websites. In the Netherlands, the Internet had grown in importance by the mid 2010s as a platform for recruiting prostitutes' clients, with escort workers advertising their mobile telephone numbers online.

  7. Template:COVID-19 pandemic by country and territory

    The official Centers for Disease Control (CDC) notes that "decisions about testing are at the discretion of state and local health departments and/or individual clinicians." People often have to show symptoms consistent with COVID-19 to be tested, although some locations will test asymptomatic people under certain circumstances.

  8. Truth Social - Wikipedia

    Truth Social (also stylized TRUTH Social) is a proposed social media platform planned to be launched by Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG). It is planned to have a limited launch on Apple's App Store in November 2021, and a full public launch in 2022.

  9. List of national days of mourning (2020–present) - Wikipedia

    2020. 1. Death of Chairman of the Senate of the Czech Republic Jaroslav Kubera. February 3, the day of the funeral - the day of national mourning. Flags lowered half-mast. Kenya. 2020. 9. Death of the former President of Kenya Daniel arap Moi.