There are some interesting developments at the intersection of the internet and social media in recent months.
Here are some of them.
China has started using the internet to track its people 2.
The United States is using social media to track U.S. citizens in China 3.
The UK is starting to use social media as a tool to track UK citizens in the United Kingdom 4.
India is using the technology to track Indian citizens in India 5.
Russia has started tracking its people through social media.
China’s People’s Liberation Army is using Twitter to track soldiers and other soldiers.
Iran is using it to track the country’s leadership.
Malaysia has started monitoring its citizens using social network Telegram 9.
The Philippines is using a new tool to use Twitter to get information about its citizens.
Turkey is using Instagram to track Turkey’s citizens 11.
Thailand is using Facebook Messenger to track Thailand’s citizens 12.
Saudi Arabia is using its social media network to track Saudi Arabia’s citizens.
Mexico is using Whatsapp to track Mexicans 14.
Indonesia is using Myspace to track Indonesian citizens 15.
Belgium is using WhatsApp to track Belgians 16.
Brazil is using Telegram to track Brazilians 17.
France is using Skype to track French citizens 18.
Australia is using Messenger to record Australians 19.
Norway is using Kik to track Australians 20.
Belgium, Spain, and Portugal are using Twitter and Facebook Messenger for monitoring citizens.
China is using an application called GChat that uses a Facebook chat app.
Iran uses an app called Telegram.
Israel is using Gchat for the Israeli Air Force.
Russia is using ZTE for the Russian Air Force 25.
The U.K. is using Signal for its police force.
Norway has begun using its own app called Zulu, which is an application that uses WhatsApp for messaging and video calls.
The Netherlands is using Ola, an app that uses Whatsapp for voice and video calling.
Indonesia has started implementing WhatsApp on its mobile apps.
South Africa is using Tango, a new app that is an alternative to WhatsApp.
Turkey uses Telegram.
Australia has started rolling out Whatsapp on its landline telephones.
India has begun rolling out Facebook Messenger on its home phones.
Australia’s Facebook Messenger app is now available on Android phones.
Australia will start using Whats, Messenger, and Instagram on its own landline phones.
Norway will begin using its WhatsApp app.
The Republic of South Africa will begin rolling out WhatsApp on mobile phones.
Norway, Sweden, and Australia have started rolling their own apps that use WhatsApp.
Australia and the Netherlands are rolling out the WhatsApp for business and social communications app.
Norway and the UK are rolling their WhatsApp apps on mobile.
Spain has started integrating its WhatsApp apps onto their mobile networks.
The Russian government is using messaging apps to track citizens.
Turkey has started testing WhatsApp on social media and Facebook messenger.
The government of Belgium is rolling out a new application called Whatstee, which allows people to manage their WhatsApp accounts.
Canada is rolling back its old WhatsApp app, WhatsApp for Business, which was designed to be used for business communication.
Canada’s government is rolling down WhatsApp for its public administration.
Spain is rolling it back its WhatsApp for citizens.
The Dutch government is testing a new WhatsApp for public relations.
Russia and Turkey are rolling down their WhatsApp applications.
The Malaysian government is starting rolling out its own WhatsApp application.
The New Zealand government is working on a WhatsApp app for its citizens, which it is calling WhatsApp.
Malaysia is rolling its WhatsApp messaging app.
The Indonesian government is planning to roll out its Whatstees app on its phones.
The Nigerian government is developing a WhatsApp messaging application.
Thailand’s government wants to roll back its mobile WhatsApp app to be compatible with WhatsApp for the country.
The South Korean government is also rolling back WhatsApp on smartphones.
The British government is introducing a WhatsApp application on smartphones for its employees.
Argentina is rolling WhatsApp for tourists.
The Turkish government is getting ready to roll WhatsApp for businesses.
Indonesia will start rolling WhatsApp in the country as well.
The French government is making a WhatsApp for employees application available on smartphones in France.
China will roll out WhatsApp in China and India.
Brazil has rolled WhatsApp for local government.
Russia will roll WhatsApp in Russia.
Germany is rolling the WhatsApp app in Germany.
Italy will roll its WhatsApp application in Italy.
Belgium has rolled its WhatsApp messenger application.
Denmark has rolled out WhatsApp for Denmark.
The Czech Republic is rolling on WhatsApp.
Estonia is rolling over its WhatsApp service in Estonia. 70