Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have all come under fire for restricting the flow of information about the Ebola crisis, as a recent report by the United Nations and UNICEF found that some of these platforms have not been fully implementing the recommendations of their own guidelines.

The report, titled ‘Strengthening the use of social media tools to counter the spread of Ebola’, has been widely condemned, as many companies have faced criticism from the public, especially among younger audiences.

A group of young internet users are using social media to protest the ban of social networks in their home countries, where the government has banned Facebook and Twitter, as well as many online services, such as Whatsapp and Instagram.

The group is calling on governments in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone to ban these platforms from using their citizens’ data, including names, photos, and phone numbers, as they are considered “state secrets”.

The group, called the ‘Sierra Leone Internet Rights Coalition’, has also released a video titled ‘A Call to Arms: Stop censoring the internet and let’s make our voices heard’, urging users to take to the internet, with the hashtag #StopCensorship.

The video has over 15,000 views on YouTube, and the Sierra Leone government has also taken action to censor the internet in its territory, with more than 4,000 requests to block websites and services in the country.

Many other countries, including the United States and Canada, have also taken measures to block access to the social media.

The number of users affected in the United Kingdom has also risen significantly.

The UK government has now imposed a total block of social networking platforms from the UK for at least the next month, and Twitter has also introduced a blocking order in its country of residence.

In Germany, Facebook, YouTube, Skype, WhatsApp and Instagram have all been banned from operating in the territory of the country until further notice.

According to a report by Reuters, Twitter is currently operating in Liberia.

Twitter users in Liberia have been blocked from using the social networking site since last month, when the government issued an emergency order prohibiting the use and dissemination of information related to the Ebola outbreak.

The United Nations has warned that Liberia may soon become one of the first countries in the world to ban social media, citing concerns that social media will “disrupt the political process”.

However, a report published by a US government agency on Wednesday found that social networking is increasingly used by the global internet community, including celebrities, athletes, celebrities and politicians, with social media users accessing the social networks to discuss political, economic and cultural issues.

A study published by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) also found that a majority of US internet users use social media as a way to get news and information.

In a report released in April this year, the FTC found that 77% of internet users accessed social media for news and news-related purposes.

In the US, Facebook is currently the most popular social networking platform for users in the US.

The FTC report also found more than 50% of Facebook users in US use the platform for news, while only 24% use it for entertainment purposes.

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