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Alphabet Inc’s Google and Amazon.com Inc defended their smart-speaker businesses as US senators warned the grip the companies have over the market could harm competition and consumer privacy.
Social media bans by Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have dramatically reduced the reach of extreme right figures like Hill, disrupting their ability to plan and recruit new members, according to experts who monitor domestic extremism.
German authorities have launched proceedings against Telegram that could see the messenger app’s operators fined for failing to abide by laws requiring social media sites to police their users’ actions.
Hackers working for profit and espionage have long threatened American information systems. But in the last six months, they’ve targeted companies running operational networks like the Colonial Pipeline fuel system, with greater persistence.
A discussion of NFTs and digital art theft inadvertently leads to an existential crisis over online identity.
A bipartisan group of US lawmakers unveiled sweeping antitrust measures, in an attempt to shake off Big Tech firms' dominance over the economy.
MUMBAI (Reuters) -India’s financial crime-fighting agency said on Friday that WazirX, one of the country's largest cryptocurrency exchanges and its directors, were under investigation for suspected violation of foreign exchange regulations.
(Reuters) -The Canadian federal police force broke the law when it used controversial facial recognition software, the country's top privacy regulator found in a report released on Thursday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The architect of Australia's new law making Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook Inc pay news outlets for content on Thursday rejected a suggestion the move was the result of lobbying by News Corp, calling the claim "extremely strange".
The advent of self-driving cars is raising questions in the insurance sector about who should pay when the vehicles crash and how insurers will set equitable rates.