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Retro-futurist video game Cyberpunk 2077 will be back in the Playstation store on June 21 after a disastrous launch marred by bugs forced a 184-day time-out.
Pornhub has been increasingly under the gun as the adult video site was sued this week by 34 women who say they appeared without consent in footage showing rape, sexual abuse, revenge porn or images of them when they were minors.
Offering gifts to customers to write positive reviews is a common practice in the Chinese e-commerce world but considered an abuse of the review system by Amazon. Sunvalley, which operates six brands from electronics to home appliances, generated US$697mil in sales from Amazon last year.
India’s Covid-19 crisis has exposed a wide digital divide, prompting many grassroots groups to focus on connecting poorer women without Internet access to healthcare and financial support, or simply to help them keep in contact with loved ones.
Children in Britain who see nude photos or videos of themselves online or are concerned about such content being uploaded can report it using a first-of-its-kind tool launched on June 22.
Australia’s government has passed legislation to reduce cyber abuse, allowing it to force social media platforms such as Facebook Inc and Google to remove harmful material within 24 hours or be fined as much as Aus$415,000 (RM1.30mil).
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee voted to approve a bill to give antitrust enforcers more money in a lengthy session on Wednesday, but had still to vote on four bills aimed at reining in Big Tech.
(Reuters) -Britain's competition regulator started a formal investigation on Friday into whether Amazon and Google may not have done enough to prevent or remove fake reviews.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - LinkedIn on Friday signed up to the European Union's voluntary code of conduct to combat illegal hate speech online, joining its parent Microsoft, Facebook and Google's YouTube.
As the two draw farther apart and the business rivalry between them escalates, Microsoft Corp and Alphabet Inc’s Google may be drawn back into a persistent battle of behind-the-scenes lobbying efforts and public complaints to regulators, who are eager to impose new limits on the power of the biggest technology companies.