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SHANGHAI (Reuters) - U.S. audio app Clubhouse said it is reviewing its data protection practices, after a report by the Stanford Internet Observatory said it contained security flaws that left users' data vulnerable to access by the Chinese government.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Semiconductor firms are seeking extra time to appeal last-minute Trump administration moves to block sales to Chinese telecoms company Huawei, hoping against the odds that the Biden administration will reverse course, five sources said.
(Reuters) - Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings Ltd said a company executive is being investigated by authorities over allegations of "personal corruption", after a media report said the move was linked to sharing of personal data from its popular WeChat app.
Tencent employee investigated over corruption allegations is in regards to their personal behaviour not the company’s activities, clarifies Tencent spokesperson.
A Tencent Holdings Ltd. executive was held by authorities in China as part of investigation of a corruption case involving a former top law-enforcement official.
Observers say Jack Ma is working on his swing at a golf resort in Hainan.
LONDON (Reuters) - Tesla boss Elon Musk is a poster child of low-carbon technology. Yet the electric carmaker's backing of bitcoin this week could turbo-charge global use of a currency that's estimated to cause more pollution than a small country every year.
Kuaishou, which bills itself as a video-sharing app for the everyman, proved its popularity among investors too, almost tripling in value to RM646.41bil.
Name dropped on Twitter by celebrities from Elon Musk to Snoop Dogg, cryptocurrency Dogecoin hit a record high, with a market capitalisation of RM42.7bil.