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ByteDance is proposing to settle consumer privacy litigation that has exposed it to hundreds of millions of dollars in damages.
Facebook Inc won preliminary approval late on Aug 19 from a federal court for settlement of a lawsuit that claimed it illegally collected and stored biometric data of millions of users without their consent.
IT may be hard to believe, but Malaysia was once at the forefront of enacting legislation to face an increasingly digital world.
The future of China’s largest artificial intelligence company was thrown into question last year when it was blacklisted by the Trump administration. Today, SenseTime is thriving with growing demand for its facial recognition software.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - J's cousin promised her a well paid job in India as a housekeeper. Instead, she found herself in a brothel until the United Nations brought her home to Kenya when it was alerted to the human trafficking route.
Oracle Corp’s preliminary interest in making a bid for TikTok, on first glance, looks like an awkward fit.
The Instagram posts, most of which are anonymous, are shared on accounts that can have thousands of followers – offshoots of similar social media campaigns among students and alumni nationwide who are calling out racial injustices on their campuses.
MANILA, Aug 16 (AFP): Forced off the road by coronavirus lockdowns, Philippine "jeepney" driver Daniel Flores now plies the streets of Manila on foot begging for money to feed his hungry family.
Smart speakers powered by Amazon's Alexa assistant might be an entertaining and handy way to set alarms and turn on music, but it's emerged that Alexa has been left vulnerable to serious hacking attacks.