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The media office of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is quitting WhatsApp Inc, joining a global flight from the popular messaging app over new usage terms that have sparked privacy concerns.
WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - President-elect Joe Biden said on Tuesday he had seen no evidence that a massive cyber attack against the United States is under control and warned that the breach will not go unanswered once he takes office on Jan. 20.
The European Union has proposed new rules to allow companies access to public and personal data, an effort to compete with US and Asian giants and encourage innovation in areas like climate change and health.
Since Joe Biden left office almost four years ago, antitrust enforcement has gone from a backwater of Democratic policymaking to a key tool for reshaping the US economy.
Turkey has fined five giant social-media companies for failing to appoint a local representative required by new laws that activists say are an attempt to stifle dissent.
Facebook Inc was told by the UK’s antitrust regulator to take action to ensure the Giphy unit it bought earlier this year can still be run independently.
Turkey adopted a new social media law on July 29 that critics say will create a “chilling effect” on dissenting voices who have resorted to Twitter and other online platforms as the government tightened its grip on mainstream media.
Ubisoft Entertainment SA, the French video-gamemaker, laid out several steps it’s taking to address a sexual-harassment controversy at the company.
Turkey’s ruling party and its nationalist ally proposed legislation tightening government control over social media, delivering on a pledge made by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
India’s latest e-commerce policy draft includes steps that could help local startups and impose government oversight on how companies handle data.