opic at a meeting of the German Interior Ministery today. And it remains highly controversial. Some say investigations should only be made through public agencies, but Facebook is a privately run company.
A young Social Democrat politician spoke out against xenophobia at a rally of Germany's right-wing NPD party. The video of his speech became a YouTube favorite, even though - or because - the NPD is trying to ban it.
With continuing protests against Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government in Turkey, there has been sharp criticism that traditional media have largely been silent. But what role have social media been playing?
German justice ministers are discussing how to use social media to help in police investigations. Some police departments have already successfully tried the approach - but data protection authorities are very concerned.
French President Francois Hollande has been wined, dined and praised by his US counterpart at a state dinner at the White House. On the last day of his trip, Hollande is flying on to meet tech leaders in Silicon Valley.
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