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TikTok collected device-specific addresses of users’ smartphones via its Android app for at least 15 months over 2018-19, using a technique that Google had banned developers from using without user consent, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
A British court said on Aug 11 that a police force's use of facial recognition to hunt for suspects was unlawful, in a ruling that privacy campaigners hailed as a “major victory” in their fight against the surveillance technology.
France’s privacy watchdog opened a probe into TikTok, marking another examination of ByteDance Ltd’s social media app, which is facing broader scrutiny of its privacy policies.
Russian competition watchdog FAS on Aug 10 said that Apple Inc has abused its dominant position in the mobile apps market through its App Store for iOS devices and will issue an order demanding that the company resolve regulations breaches.
TikTok owner ByteDance to step up legal, PR fight in Trump’s war against Chinese-owned app, sources say
The Chinese owners of TikTok plan to step up opposition to a ban on US operations, as criticism grows at home the firm is kowtowing to American demands. Negotiations with Microsoft and social media giant Twitter for a forced sale are unlikely to succeed, says a source briefed on the matter.
Imagine more contact with doctors or nurses but fewer trips to the office.
Barclays Plc faces a UK privacy investigation over software that checks on what staff are doing, the Information Commissioner’s Office said Aug 10.
President Donald Trump’s bans on two popular Chinese social media apps – TikTok and WeChat – are the latest moves in an escalating US-China rift, and point to a future where technology and innovation are increasingly walled behind political barriers.
Disentangling the Chinese and US gaming markets, the world’s two largest, would be massively difficult, experts said.
The restrictions, if implemented, will impose mental and financial hardship on a vast swath of Americans who rely on the apps to communicate and make their livelihoods.