Egypt is always guarded by the care of God, and is honorably and devotedly served by its patriotic leadership, loyal men, and great people, Presidential Spokesman Bassam Rady said replying to a woman who commented on one his posts on Facebook, Friday.
The country blocked access to Facebook and Twitter last week.
American coffeehouse, Starbucks, is facing a backlash by Egypt’s social media users for raising the prices of its coffee with nearly up to 25 percent.
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The legislative proposal comes with the aim of deterring people who issue and publish misleading recommendations and advice to manipulate small investors.
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The ministry added that it has followed up on the global outage that has hit Facebook, WhatsApp and Messenger in many countries for more than five hours.
As yet, the account attracted more than 12,200 followers since it has been created on August 16.
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The meeting was attended by both Egyptians in the country, and nationals living abroad.
It is not hard to tell that there is a growing dissatisfaction with appearance and aesthetics. Even the most resilient users will be tempted to try some filters.
TikTok content creators Mawada al-Adham and Haneen Hossam have been acquitted of “violating family values” in January, and the merits of their acquittal are largely owed to their young age.
They also faced charges of managing private internet accounts to commit this offense as well as human trafficking.
Terrorist Muslim Brotherhood web trolls have been attempting to stage mass protests across Egypt through sowing discord and spreading fake news and lies about key state figures.
The Public Prosecution ordered Saturday five defendants detained over publishing fake news on social media that would affect national security.
A total of 20 companies were referred to prosecution over not publicly announcing the prices of their products on social media pages.
The decision follows an incident that was videotaped by a passenger, and went viral on social media.
The court also sentenced three other defendants implicated in the same case to two years in jail and fined each of them LE 300,000.
An online discussion titled 'Violence against Women and the Role of The Media and Social Media' took place last week as part of the British Council’s society program ‘A Safe Campus Community for All’.