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Australia's competition watchdog is poised to call for far-reaching new regulations on Facebook, Google and other tech giants.
Sidewalk Labs, a subsidiary of Google parent-company Alphabet Inc, officially unveiled its plan for a massive technology-driven neighborhood on Toronto's waterfront.
A French consumer rights group said June 26 that it has launched a class action lawsuit against US tech giant Google for violating the EU’s strict data privacy laws.
Heading in to the G20 summit, Facebook is on notice from powerful regulators including the Fed chief that its ambitious plans for a global crypto-currency face piercing scrutiny.
Facebook is updating its terms and services guidelines to clarify how it makes money from the personal information of its users.
Apple's main regulator in the European Union, Ireland's Data Protection Commissioner (DPC), has opened a third privacy investigation into the iPhone maker over the last few weeks, a spokesman for the DPC said on July 2.
Before the rise of social media, Border Patrol agents gathered in parking lots at the end of their shifts for what was known as “choir practice” – a chance to share what they saw that day and anything else on their minds.
The UK’s antitrust authority is starting a long-awaited investigation into the dominance of social media giants including Alphabet Inc’s Google and Facebook Inc in digital advertising markets.
Facebook will face Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems next week at Europe's top court in a landmark case that could affect how hundreds of thousands of companies transfer personal data worldwide as well as Europeans' privacy rights.
On the brink of extinction a half-century ago, the bald eagle is thriving in the Internet age, fascinating a devoted corps of Americans who regularly monitor the majestic birds of prey via web-cams set up at more than a dozen nests in the wild.