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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - U.S. technology firms including Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google face fines of up to 10% of annual turnover and could even be broken up under draft European Union rules announced on Tuesday aimed at curbing their powers.
Facebook said on Dec 15 that it had removed two networks based in Russia and one linked to the French military, accusing them of carrying out interference campaigns in Africa.
YouTuber claimed restaurant reused food in now-deleted video which the owner disputed with security footage.
PALO ALTO (Reuters) - Twitter Inc is planning to create a new type of account for bots next year that will identify them as automated, the company said in a blog post on Thursday finalizing plans for a reboot of its long-paused verification program.
The conversation taking place on the verified social media accounts of two US senators remained vulnerable to manipulation, even amid heightened scrutiny in the run up to the US presidential election, an investigation found.
Facebook Inc says it’s time to rethink the legal immunity that protects it from lawsuits over what users post online, a position that’s leaving smaller websites concerned about the cost of accepting more responsibility for what appears on their platforms.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - IBM Corp has agreed to pay $24.25 million to resolve a pair of investigations by the Federal Communications Commission(FCC) over subsidies awarded to connect schools and libraries to broadband.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The suspected Russian hackers behind the worst U.S. cyber attack in years leveraged reseller access to Microsoft Corp services to penetrate targets that had no compromised network software from SolarWinds Corp, investigators said.
Chinese regulators have ordered Ant Group, the world’s largest financial technology company, to rectify its businesses and comply with regulatory requirements amid increased scrutiny of anti-monopoly practices in the country’s Internet sector.
Personal Information Protection Law will allow use of sensitive information only for specific purposes and when ‘sufficiently necessary’, legislative body says. Draft text released for public consultation suggests sensitive information will include ethnicity, religion, facial biometrics and medical health.