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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two Republican senators back a plan by China's ByteDance to divest the U.S. operations of TikTok after President Donald Trump said on Friday he had decided to ban the popular short-video app.
JOHOR BARU: Shop and restaurant owners here are worried false information given by customers may also see them being slapped with fines by enforcement personnel during checks.
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON: China's ByteDance has agreed to divest the U.S. operations of TikTok completely in a bid to save a deal with the White House, after President Donald Trump said on Friday he had decided to ban the popular short-video app, two people familiar with the matter said on Saturday.
PETALING JAYA: As more Malaysians are reeling from the economic fallout due to the Covid-19 pandemic, scammers are also going into overdrive to make a fast buck.
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON/BEIJING, Aus 1 (Reuters): President Donald Trump said he would sign an executive order as soon as Saturday (Aug 1) to ban TikTok in the United States, ratcheting up the pressure on the popular short-video app's Chinese owner to sell it.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald trump said on Friday that he was planning to sign an executive order as soon as Saturday banning Chinese-owned short-video app TikTok from the United States.
A 27-YEAR-old woman only realised her online “boyfriend” was actually a woman six months into the relationship, Sin Chew Daily reported.
Critical digital rights battles over privacy, free speech and anonymity are increasingly being fought in video games, a growing market that is becoming a “new political arena”, experts and insiders said on July 30.
India found cybersecurity lapses at National Payments Corp in 2019, according to government document
A government audit of India's flagship payments processor last year found more than 40 security vulnerabilities including several it called "critical" and "high" risk, according to an internal government document seen by Reuters.
Hong Kong police arrest five after cracking local operations of phishing gang that stole data of two billion people worldwide
Scammers used the stolen information to target their victims for credit card details, which were then used to make online purchases. After two-month probe, officers arrest five people – two Moroccan men and three local women, aged between 26 and 37.