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Croatia: Portal "Index" journalist arrested for "two tweets"

Duhacek went on his own to an interview at the police station at Heinzelova Street last night, but was arrested at Franjo Tudjman airport this morning, the Index reports.
Duhacek was apprehended for two Twitter posts, adding the portal, while one tweet was posted last May and the other a few weeks ago.

Facebook Consider the Idea to Hide Its Like Counter

The social network Facebook is considering hiding its like counter, TechCrunch reported.

The magazine notes that tests for this feature have already started on Instagram in seven countries, including Canada and Brazil. Instead of the total number of likes, users are shown only a few names of mutual friends who liked the post.

Google Suspends 210 Youtube Channels "Uploading Videos Related to the Ongoing Protests in Hong Kong"

Internet giant Google has suspended 210 Youtube channels that were part of a campaign by the Chinese authorities which aimed to spread disinformation around the Hong Kong protests.

"We discovered channels in this network behaved in a coordinated manner while uploading videos related to the ongoing protests in Hong Kong," Google says

The Retainers on Grafa Boulevard Took Another Victim, her Husband Threw them on the Tram Track and Got Arrested

A Sofia citizen was detained by police after his wife stumbled on the famous "fins" on Sofia's Graf Ignatiev Street and was injured.

The incident happened in the early afternoon.

The woman is in a hospital with a jawbone injury.

Source: Twitter, @orehovka

GuestFlip develops platform where hoteliers can see reviews

Greek startup GuestFlip has developed a platform that allows hotel owners to monitor feedback from customers on more than 50 online sites, such as TripAdvisor and Booking.com, and even Instagram hashtags.
The platform will also provide feedback analysis and statistics, allowing hoteliers to zero in on their services that garner the most negative, or positive, comments.