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The UK’s digital minister warned he had “very grave concerns” about Facebook Inc’s plans to expand end-to-end encryption across all user communications, continuing a longstanding battle by the government against the US company’s messaging tools.
LONDON (Reuters) - Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, has said the dominance of internet giants is a "fad" that does not have to endure, adding that urgent change was needed to improve a digital divide in young people's online access.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Google and Microsoft are at knives drawn.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Oman blocked U.S. audio app Clubhouse on Sunday because it did not have the right permit, authorities said, but some activists described the move as a further erosion of freedom of expression in the Gulf state.
With more consumers turning to e-commerce, new risk have also emerged as cybercriminals look to take advantage of those unfamiliar with online shopping.
Twitter users who used the word “Memphis” found themselves temporarily locked out of their accounts at the weekend because of a bizarre bug.
A brand new tool integrated into Google Maps will soon allow anyone to modify the route of a road, or even to create one not yet referenced.
Nearly a decade ago, South by Southwest was known as a launchpad for Internet phenomena: The annual tech and arts festival was where Twitter Inc broke out and where masses of 20-somethings made group messaging apps a thing.
PARIS (Reuters) - Apple was given a boost on Wednesday as France's antitrust watchdog rejected advertisers' requests to suspend the iPhone maker's upcoming privacy feature, but it still faces a probe into whether it unfairly favours its own products and services.
Tinder users’ pasts will soon no longer be cloaked in secrecy. The dating app will soon roll out a new feature that will allow users to get a background check of the person they are dating.