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Australia’s Parliament passes laws forcing Google and Facebook to pay for news, though it will take time for the digital giants to strike media deals, say law makers.
(Reuters) - The explosive growth of Clubhouse, an audio-based social network buoyed by appearances from tech celebrities like Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg, has drawn scrutiny over how the app will handle problematic content, from hate speech to harassment and misinformation.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp's failure to fix known problems with its cloud software facilitated the massive SolarWinds hack that compromised at least nine federal government agencies, according to security experts and the office of U.S. Senator Ron Wyden.
Bundesliga stars have taken part in a hard-hitting, multi-language video which draws attention to the problem of hate messages on social media platforms.
Sharing digitally altered “deepfake” pornographic images should be made a crime, a British government-backed review said on Feb 26 after finding victims were being denied justice because the law has not kept up with new, high-tech forms of abuse.
Reddit’s decentralised model offers flexibility, allowing different communities to set their own standards of acceptability, and puts decisions in the hands of people who understand the context and have a stake in the outcome. But it is not without downsides.
Epic Games said it acquired Tonic Games Group, the maker of Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, an online video game that was one of the breakout hits of the coronavirus pandemic.
US Democrats and Republicans in Congress are taking aim at a controversial law that shields Internet platforms including Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc from lawsuits over content posted by users.
(Reuters) - Next year, Alphabet Inc's Google plans to phase out technology in its Chrome browser that lets other companies track users' web browsing. But that does not mean you will see irrelevant ads, or that the pair of shoes you have been eyeing will stop following you around the web.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia said on Wednesday it was slowing down the speed of Twitter in retaliation for what it described as a failure to remove banned content, threatening to block the U.S. platform outright if it did not comply with its deletion demands.