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Cops: Second suspect in falling chair case arrested

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have arrested a second suspect, a woman, in the case of a 15-year-old boy killed after an office chair was believed to have been thrown down from a high-rise flat here.


Google said to sweeten deals with publishers as tech woos media

Google is offering publishers sweeter terms as part of a new subscriber tool announced March 20, currying favour with the news industry at a time when Facebook Inc is sending mixed signals to newspapers and magazines.


US TSA says it does not search travellers’ devices for content

The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said in response to a lawsuit that it does not search electronic devices of air travellers for content.


EU to unveil plan to tax turnover of big US tech firms

The European Commission will propose rules on March 21 designed to make digital companies pay their fair share of tax and set to hit US tech giants such as Google and Facebook.


Cambridge Analytica suspends CEO over Facebook scandal

LONDON: Facebook expressed outrage Tuesday (March 20) over the misuse of its data as Cambridge Analytica, the British firm at the centre of a major scandal rocking the social media giant, suspended its chief executive.


Manchester United still flex most social media muscle

LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester United are trailing Manchester City this season on the pitch but are peerless when it comes to their social media muscle, according to a report published this week.


Facebook is testing ways to compensate video creators so it can cut into YouTube’s dominance

If you’re a die-hard fan of a Facebook video creator, the social network may soon give you a way to pay for exclusive content and award you with a digital badge to declare your fandom.


Five ways social media can be a force for good in the lives of kids and teens

From sexting to cyberbullying to FOMO (fear of missing out), social media sure has its share of negatives. But, if it's all bad, how did 2,000 students protest their school system's budget cuts?

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Facebook’s lax data policies led to Cambridge Analytica crisis

Social-media giant’s loose policing of app developers went on for years


‘Dota 2’ championship makes historic Vancouver move

This year's edition of eSports' biggest annual tournament, The International Dota 2 Championships, will take place in Vancouver, west coast Canada, after six years in Seattle.