Anti-crime activist Yusuf Abramjee targeted in deepfake video
After exposing a speeding motorist, anti-crime activist Yusuf Abramjee finds himself at the centre of a revenge deepfake video.
How BPM can help counter deepfake fraud
Deepfake fraud attempts are virtually impossible to prevent, and exceptionally difficult to detect, says Denis Bensch, CIO of FlowCentric Technologie,.
UK calls for tighter regulation of 'digital gangster' Facebook
Legislators in the UK claim Facebook intentionally and knowingly violated the country's privacy and competition laws.
'Internet Censorship Bill' approved
The heavily criticised Films and Publications Amendment Bill has been passed by the National Assembly.
Revised cyber crimes Bill irons out sticking points
Many concerns have been addressed in the revised Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill.
'Internet Censorship Bill' heading to Parliament
The Portfolio Committee on Communications has recommended the Films and Publications Amendment Bill be sent to the National Assembly for debate and final adoption.
Mugabe creates cyber ministry in cabinet reshuffle
Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe's new cyber security ministry will focus on crimes on social media and other sites ahead of next year's election.
Uproar as AfriForum lays charges against social media users
Social media users are up in arms after the civil rights organisation laid charges against 100 individuals, alleging they posted messages containing hate speech.
Leaked Facebook info details content it allows
The leaked documents show how the social media company moderates issues such as hate speech, terrorism, pornography and self-harm on its platform.
Facebook uses photo-matching to block 'revenge porn'
Facebook adds tools to make it easier to report "revenge porn" and automatically prevent images being shared once they have been banned.
Social media regulation possible but not practical
As government mulls regulating social media, analysts believe this will undermine freedom of expression and serve political agendas.