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  2. Talk:WhatsApp - Wikipedia

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    WhatsApp has been listed as a level-5 vital article in Society. ... an attempt to create and link together articles about the major websites on the web.

  3. Opera (web browser) - Wikipedia

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    The web browser can be used on Microsoft Windows, Android, iOS, macOS, and Linux operating systems. [10] [11] There are also mobile versions called Opera Mobile [12] [13] and Opera Mini . [14] [15] Additionally, Opera users have access to a news app based on an AI-platform, Opera News.

  4. List of mergers and acquisitions by Meta Platforms - Wikipedia

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    Meta Platforms (formerly Facebook, Inc.) is a technology company that has acquired 91 other companies, including WhatsApp.The WhatsApp acquisition closed at a steep $16 billion; more than $40 per user of the platform.

  5. Momo Challenge hoax - Wikipedia

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    WhatsApp is encouraging its users to block phone numbers engaging in this practice and to report them to the company. [6] [16] Commenting on the numerous rumours of suicide related to the Momo Challenge, web security experts and folklorists studying urban legends have stated that the phenomenon is likely a case of moral panic : a ...

  6. Editor war - Wikipedia

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    The editor war is the rivalry between users of the Emacs and vi (now usually Vim, or more recently Neovim) text editors.The rivalry has become a lasting part of hacker culture and the free software community.

  7. Censorship in Turkey - Wikipedia

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    On 4 November 2016, Turkish authorities blocked access to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and WhatsApp in the country, following the detention of 11 Free Democratic Party (HDP) members of parliament. Internet restrictions are increasingly being used to suppress coverage of political incidents, a form of censorship deployed at short notice to prevent ...