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Police in several states monitor social media; participation in protests can also mean passports, jobs denied. It is an invasion of privacy, activists say.
NetEase Inc. is courting Yakuza franchise creator Toshihiro Nagoshi from Sega, as Chinese game companies push to expand abroad in light of a government-led crackdown.
The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration is turning to a Japanese startup for help in creating maps of the wind that will make it safer for drones and air taxis to take to the skies around the world.
Black Lives Matter filled the summer of 2020 with cries for justice as protests spread throughout the nation, with many Silicon Valley firms pledging support to the movement as well.
Is this the end of “996”? Long working days and weeks in China’s tech sector are getting attention from the highest levels of government.
With US federal pandemic unemployment assistance set to expire on Sept 6, ride-share drivers call for more labour protections as more than seven million workers will be affected, think-tank estimates.
A group of drone enthusiasts in Indonesia are using their aerial skills to help during the pandemic by providing a contactless medicine and food delivery service to Covid-19 patients isolating at home.
MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russia may treat Apple or Google's refusal to remove Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny's app from their stores as meddling in its parliamentary election this month, Interfax news agency cited the communications regulator as saying on Thursday.
Apple's recent concessions in profit sharing on its App Store are extraordinary but calculated to avoid harsher regulation, say industry experts.
The Chinese government’s campaign to improve conditions for workers has spurred companies, particularly some of its hardest-driving tech giants, to cut down on long hours of compulsory overtime but not all employees are happy about it.