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36% of smartphone users in Asia-Pacific region use browsers that automatically block ads; globally the adblocking userbase is at 419M, up 90% YoY, says PageFair
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Facebook, Google, Twitter promise to review most requests to remove hate speech within 24 hours, as European Commission unveils guidelines to halt its spread
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