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Convinced that paedophilia is on the rise in the Netherlands, groups of vigilantes have turned to tricking suspects into meetings, where the accused might face violence, extortion or arrest. The problem, say police, is that none of it is legal.
Digital lending platforms in India have come under greater scrutiny recently for their methods, including the collection and alleged misuse of borrowers’ data, underlining the risks to driving financial inclusion with newer technologies.
For a company that dominates countless areas of retail, consumer electronics and enterprise computing, the multiple failures in gaming show one realm that may be impervious to Amazon.com Inc’s distinctive business philosophy. It tried to make games the Amazon way, instead of simply making games people would want to play.
In Mississippi, an online vaccine registration system buckled in a sudden onslaught of traffic. Officials at a local health department in Georgia had to resort to counting every dose they receive before scheduling appointments. A US$44mil (RM177.87mil) national vaccine scheduling and tracking system is going largely unused by states.
There’s some irony in the fact that Reddit, an online chat community full of gamers, has propelled GameStop Corp to unbelievable levels. After all, video game fans have loved to hate the struggling retailer for decades.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden will reopen the nation's online health insurance marketplace for people who cannot obtain coverage through their employers, the White House said on Thursday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Christian Klein, CEO of German software group SAP, on Wednesday launched a campaign to encourage customers to move operations to the cloud, a shift that has brought short-term pain to investors but one that he hopes will pay off over time.
(Reuters) - Amateur investors piled further into niche stocks on Tuesday, sending professional short sellers scrambling to cover losing bets, with GameStop skyrocketing for a fourth straight day, thanks in part to Elon Musk.
Facebook News launched in Britain, delivering paid news content, bought from traditional publishers.
The assignment was to capture in photographs what already weighed heavily on most everyone’s mind: The way the coronavirus pandemic had altered their lives.