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The emergence of information and communications technology has opened a global platform for communication, causing lots of changes especially redefining the identity of many nations across borders. The presence of western power is becoming prominent while values and general way of life are being globally defined by the western culture. There is proof that the social media in this age are driving these changes faster than imagined. Consequently, the social media poses lots of challenges on a global level because of the differences that exist especially among the cultures. There is therefore a pressing need for some forms on the social media to protect the identity of nations, ensure security across borders and prevent nation-to-nation harassment and discrimination. This paper therefore using the Blake’s prototype proposes ways to ensure social media regulations and also identifies the possible challenges that could be faced in regulating social media network.
Keywords: Social media, global relationship, prototype, information and communications technology, Internet.
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