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A Moroccan human rights lawyer, who fled into exile after his phone was hacked, called for urgent international action to protect activists from the growing threat of cyber spies.
WhatsApp announced that it will begin rolling out new privacy settings which allow users more control over who gets to add them into group chats.
Nigeria has announced it will tighten regulations on social media in a bid to fight the "cancer" of fake news and disinformation, but the proposal has triggered an outcry over a potential crackdown on freedom of expression.
Mark Zuckerberg's social network in Washington is shrinking.
Using Russia-based servers, a sophisticated anonymous website is targeting Hong Kong pro-democracy figures – and there is almost no way to stop it.
India demanded answers from WhatsApp over a snooping scandal Dec 31 after coming under fire from critics who accused authorities of using malware installed on the Facebook-owned messaging service to spy on citizens.
WhatsApp sued Israeli surveillance firm NSO Group on Oct 29, accusing it of helping government spies break into the phones of roughly 1,400 users across four continents in a hacking spree whose targets included diplomats, political dissidents, journalists and senior government officials.
From organising mass protests in Baghdad and Beirut to coordinating rescue missions amid grinding conflict in Syria, WhatsApp has become an indispensable connector for millions across the Arab world.
Waymo chief executive John Krafcik said the self-driving vehicle company is now offering limited "rider-only" trips in Phoenix, Arizona, and is looking beyond the robo-taxi business to generate future revenue, including delivery services.
Luxury automakers have gone deep on using social media personalities to introduce and market their cars. But the jury is out on whether it’s good for the industry.