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The Clubhouse app was breached, leading to more safety concerns about the audio chatroom app, a hitch to its rising popularity in recent weeks.
Australia and Facebook are back in talks on how to implement paying for news content, following the social media giant removal of all Australian news content from its service.
Cambodia plans to set up a new national Internet gateway that critics fear will increase online surveillance and censorship of the internet and infringe on rights to privacy and free expression.
Waze has struggled to grow within Alphabet Inc’s Google, the navigation app’s former top executive said, renewing concerns over whether it was stifled by the search giant’s US$1bil (RM4.04bil) acquisition in 2013.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison vowed on Friday to press ahead with laws to force Facebook Inc to pay news outlets for content, saying he had received support from world leaders after the social media giant blacked out all media.
Waymo, the autonomous driving unit of Google parent Alphabet, said Wednesday it would begin testing its driverless ride-hailing service on the streets of San Francisco.The move expands the testing for the autonomous vehicles, which have been in use in the Phoenix, Arizona area since 2017.
LONDON (Reuters) - Facebook's move to block all news content in Australia is an attempt to bully a democracy and will stiffen the resolve of legislators across the world to get tough with the tech giants, a senior British lawmaker said.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Dozens of Australian companies, charities and information providers reacted with anger on Thursday after being shut down by Facebook, imploring the social media giant to restore their pages as calls for users to delete the platform grew.
Hackers attacked military-run government websites in Myanmar on Feb 18 as a cyber war erupted after authorities shut down the Internet for a fourth straight night.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Facebook faced backlash from publishers and politicians on Thursday after blocking news feeds in Australia in a surprise escalation of a dispute with the government over a law to require it to share revenue from news.