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The New York Legislature has passed a two-year moratorium on the use of facial recognition in schools.
Spain is to plough €15bil (RM74bil) of the funds it will receive from the historic European coronavirus rescue plan passed this week to drive through the country's digital transformation.
In India, a country where the gaps in access to education and the Internet were already vast, poor families are struggling to stay the course.
Our lives continue to be enriched by the Internet – you could, for instance, borrow books via WhatsApp now – but it’s also rife with scams.
Elaborate "virtual kidnappings" are being used to extort money from the friends and relatives of Chinese students Down Under, Australian police warned on July 27.
Many people don’t understand the limitations of money transfer apps or how they can put someone’s finances at risk.
The Covid-19 crisis has disrupted a rare opportunity for Native American communities to address a lack of critical Internet access, supporters and elected officials say, by missing a deadline to obtain free broadband licenses from the US government.
Beijing and Shanghai each have at least one million surveillance cameras, a study finds, but Taiyuan and Wuxi are the most surveilled on a per capita basis. The study by the British technology website Comparitech also shows that more cameras do not necessarily reduce crime rates.
India is the world's second-biggest smartphone market after China, and nearly half of the country's almost one billion mobile users already have a phone with Internet access.