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Visitors to Universal Studios in Singapore will now have to pass through facial recognition scanners to enter the park, in the city-state's latest foray with a technology that has stoked privacy concerns.
From spreading misinformation to allowing scammers to thrive, social media platforms are facing intense scrutiny for being slow to take action, and in some cases, not at all.
Amazon.com Inc went ahead with its acquisition of video-doorbell maker Ring to grab market share in a promising area of consumer technology despite some security and compliance concerns about the startup, according to documents made public on July 29.
Pepper’s skill set includes making phone calls, identifying missing items in the kitchen and occasional aerobics instruction.
When Josh Richards first began posting lip-syncing videos as a high school freshman four years ago, he never imagined he would one day become a huge TikTok star. Since then, Richards, 18, has amassed more than 20 million followers on the popular video streaming app.
NEW DELHI, July 27: India's coronavirus epidemic is now growing at the fastest in the world, increasing 20 per cent over the last week to more than 1.4 million confirmed cases, according to Bloomberg's Coronavirus Tracker.
Australia's competition regulator has launched court proceedings against Alphabet's Google for allegedly misleading consumers about the expanded use of personal data for targeted advertising.
This initiative continues the decades-long campaign in China against pornography and other content deemed inappropriate by the country’s censors. ByteDance-owned Douyin said it has permanently blocked 127,000 accounts this month and helped police track down perpetrators in two cases.
Technology that helped catch a US serial murderer, dubbed the Golden State Killer, could be used to track down aid workers who sexually abuse girls and women overseas, according to the team behind a groundbreaking project in the Philippines.
Downloads of Japan’s coronavirus contact-tracing app have slowed since its debut last month, a blow to the government's aim to use smartphones to head off a second wave of infection.