Recent and archived articles by Kelvin Chan
Facebook, Google, Twitter and other tech companies have joined a dozen countries in a global pledge to step up efforts to keep Internet platforms from being used to spread hate, organise extremist groups and broadcast attacks.
Tech giants like Facebook and Google came under increasing regulatory pressure in Europe, where countries are proposing stricter rules to force them to block extreme material such as terrorist propaganda and child porn.
Grassroots group of UK tech volunteers battles Brexit by working like a startup.
Facebook says no one flagged New Zealand shooting livestream, underlining tech companies’ challenge policing content.
Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple are once again being cast as monopolies that have become too powerful for society's good, a recurring theme that's increasing the pressure to rein them in.
Facebook’s pivot to focus on private messaging and multiple services looks a lot like what Chinese app WeChat has been doing for years.
China’s Huawei opens Brussels security lab, stepping up effort to win over EU policymakers.
Faced with seesawing commodity prices and the pressure to be more efficient and environmentally friendly, farmer Jamie Butler is trying out a new worker on his 450-acre farm in England’s Hampshire countryside.
A cohort of international lawmakers is trying to turn up the pressure on Facebook, grilling one of its executives and making a show of founder Mark Zuckerberg’s refusal to explain to them why his company failed to protect users’ data privacy.
In the battle for online privacy, Google is a US Goliath facing a handful of European Davids.