HomeMạng Xã Hội✅Facebook, Twitter spot fake posts on HK protests | The Straits Times Mạng Xã Hội✅ Facebook, Twitter spot fake posts on HK protests | The Straits Times By Githens Candace On 11/10/2019 24 Bình luận Tweet Pin It Twitter and Facebook say they’ve dismantled a state-backed information operation originating in mainland China that sought to undermine protests in Hong Kong. VIDEO: REUTERS Xem thêm các video Mạng Xã Hội khác: https://lionwin2888.org/mang-xa-hoi Related Posts Ae muốn xem clip xổ vui lòng kết bạn zalo 0794651959 giúp mình nha vì youtube hk cho đăng clip xổ . 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Jo Black 11/10/2019 Trả lời Congratulations on giving the CCP a taste of their own medicine. They can learn how 1.4 billion Chinese citizens feel. Dave WA 11/10/2019 Trả lời D*ath to FB and Twitter. iOn-Christopher DiMeglio 11/10/2019 Trả lời This "Trade War" is certainly coming to the front of growing Western / Global awakening now. iOn-Christopher DiMeglio 11/10/2019 Trả lời My bad. Lesson here (again) – time is inelastic. Everything in its time. Even a monster like CCP x 1 Billion Masses will reshape civilization for the good as a response. iOn-Christopher DiMeglio 11/10/2019 Trả lời Quite a big story! ABOUT GD TIME! iOn-Christopher DiMeglio 11/10/2019 Trả lời Hooray for Twitter. Now about YouTube.. Jake Tom 11/10/2019 Trả lời Which part is fake? Indream Luo 11/10/2019 Trả lời I used to find hard to convince a westerner that there's no freedom of speech across the world. After this, I still find it hard. Finally I realize, 'freedom of speech' is 'freedom of my speech', 'freedom of religion' is 'freedom of my religion', 'democracy' is 'my definition of democracy'. Cheese Pie 11/10/2019 Trả lời https://youtu.be/mQ6q5s2ha7M Robert Larry 11/10/2019 Trả lời guys，do you know there is a firewall between you and Chinese people Rey L 11/10/2019 Trả lời The United States protested that China had blocked Facebook and Twitter, which was unfair to them and hoped China would provide them with a good competitive environment. But now it seems that China has made the right choice. America's black hands are everywhere. Just like the devil, everywhere they go, there is chaos. America is turning the world into a hell. John Chen 11/10/2019 Trả lời China Foreign Affairs comes out and stand firm on behalf of these massive perpetrators of Twitter and Facebook fake accounts creator effectively tells the whole world, "that's the way China shall behave, that's China right". With that kind of support from the a top government officer announcing officially, it basically legitimize all the activities of these group of perpetrators to continue with their massive propaganda attack on any issues they feel offended. Similarly worldwide, China Embassy staff is repeating the same message to all their citizens in foreign countries, that they have "the Right" to weaponize their speech to attack their host countries. Gosh! 5000 years of civilization ?World Order ? None! Jungle rule? Yes. Monica Chow 11/10/2019 Trả lời Twitter and FB have a good job to stop fake posts from China. Flying Banana 11/10/2019 Trả lời “The Strait Times” is owned by “Singapore Press Holdings Limited”. “Singapore Press Holdings Limited” is owned by former Singapore politicians and Former Chief of Defence Force. So what makes us believe that this is not just another fake video/channel owned by the Singapore government to spread lies too. Hence the fact that Singapore has over 5 million citizens but you only have 84k subscribers shows that not much people like the news you report. Good try “The Strait Times”. Try harder next time. loo chai 11/10/2019 Trả lời bull shit! there are NO Facebook, or twitter in China! Green Beast 11/10/2019 Trả lời So the Chinese government was spreading propaganda. That's standard communist policy. loo chai 11/10/2019 Trả lời it was not fake! twitter is defending the protesters! It is the expression! Amed Sayed 11/10/2019 Trả lời HK people doing absolutely right thing. Please don't give up otherwise Chinese communist crap criminals will make you and your family slaves with no rights. China is the biggest criminal country in the world and cold blooded murderer. So death is both way, better keep fighting. I wish if USA will send it's military to protect these brave and innocent people. DAJOKER808 11/10/2019 Trả lời This is a ticking time bomb . I don’t see this ending in peace . It truly seems that we have war is coming . I wonder if Taiwan will aid hongkong . Gerard Comeau 11/10/2019 Trả lời PROPAGANDA YouTube: 1. Red Flag Laws 2. Noahide Laws Chris Russell 11/10/2019 Trả lời They can't spot "FAKE" mass shootings in the MSM tho… Imagine that!!! DAJOKER808 11/10/2019 Trả lời Russian tactics Reply Hủy Lưu tên của tôi, email, và trang web trong trình duyệt này cho lần bình luận kế tiếp của tôi.