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Users can opt to not sign in to Chrome when signing in to a Google service

Google came under fire for its new feature that automatically signs in users into their Chrome accounts without any prompting or notification.

Google explains that the new feature was added as a solution for users who gave feedback that they’re confused about their Chrome sign-in state on shared devices. — AFP

Japan lunar exploration firm to head for moon on SpaceX rockets

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese lunar exploration startup Ispace said it has signed up for launches on Elon Musk's SpaceX rockets in 2020 and 2021, its first step towards offering services such as searching for water on the moon.

Spotify, Deezer and others call for stronger EU action against US rivals

Music streaming services Spotify and Deezer joined European business and industry bodies in calling on EU regulators to take tougher action to curb what they say are the unfair practices of online platforms.

Spotify and Deezer joined businesses and industry bodies such as the European Publishers Council and the European Association of Craft, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in petitioning the EU authorities in a joint letter, saying the P2B proposal did not go far enough. — Bloomberg

Despite DBKL's discount offer, motorists still owe it RM4mil in summonses

MOTORIST still owe a staggering RM4mil in outstanding summonses to Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) as of Sept 25.

Character assassination? Man boozing and partying in viral message not Art Harun

PETALING JAYA: The man in a viral message shown to be drinking alcohol and partying with women is not the newly appointed Election Commission chairman.

US Justice Department meeting with state officials focuses on data privacy

A US Justice Department "listening session" with state attorneys general on Sept 25 focused on protecting consumer privacy when big tech companies amass vast troves of data, but came to no immediate conclusions, three participants said after the meeting.

The discussion had been expected to focus on companies like Facebook Inc, Twitter Inc and Google owner Alphabet Inc, which have been accused by some conservatives of seeking to exclude their ideas. — Reuters

Google, Facebook and Twitter agree to fight fake news in the EU

Alphabet Inc’s Google, Facebook Inc, Twitter Inc and other tech and advertising companies have committed to implementing new measures and investing in new technologies to fight the spread of hoax news online in Europe, according to a draft of the agreement.

Under the new plan, the firms will invest in products, technologies and programs that help people in Europe make informed decisions when they encounter online news that could be false; prioritise authentic information in search rankings or news feeds; and make diverse perspectives more visible. — AP

Google to acknowledge privacy mistakes as US seeks input

Leading Internet search engine Google will acknowledge that it has made "mistakes" on privacy issues in testimony an executive of the Alphabet Inc unit will deliver to a US Senate committee on Sept 26, according to a document reviewed by Reuters.

The US Commerce Department said it was seeking comments on how to set nationwide data privacy rules in the wake of tough new requirements adopted by the European Union and California. — Reuters

UoSM to host public talk on The Artificial Intelligence Revolution

ARTIFICIAL Intelligence (AI) is developing faster than we imagined.

Artificial Intelligence is being developed to learn and think more like humans.

The US push to boost ‘quantum computing’

A race by US tech companies to build a new generation of powerful “quantum computers” could get a US$1.3bil (RM5.37bil) boost from Congress, fuelled in part by lawmakers’ fear of growing competition from China.