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HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam's government is seeking to increase scrutiny of livestream content on social media such as Facebook and Google, in its latest move to rein in online activities it deems to be anti-state.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Facebook on Wednesday asked for the recusal of Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan from the FTC's antitrust case against the company, a step that could imperil the agency's lawsuit against it.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Britain and other countries drawing up legislation to regulate online content - including racist abuse - must avoid overly broad definitions and over-reliance on algorithms that might curb free speech, United Nations officials warned on Wednesday.
Government and companies are increasingly regulating online content in ways that curtail rights and muzzle criticism, the United Nations warns.
Companies going public in Hong Kong will be exempt from first seeking the approval of China's cybersecurity regulator, say sources.
After years of directly pressuring Facebook Inc and other social media companies to rid their platforms of hate speech – with limited success – civil rights groups are shifting tack: They’re taking their fight to Washington.
(Reuters) -Some U.S. tech companies expressed disappointment with a ruling by a federal judge that blocked new applications to a program that protects immigrants who were brought to the United States as children from deportation.
Companies like Hudson and McDonald’s are testing drive-thru AI, invisible checkout in Chicago. Here’s what that means for jobs – and privacy
Do you prefer an automated or low-tech shopping experience?
NEW DELHI (Reuters) -Walmart's Flipkart should not be treated the same as rival Amazon in an Indian antitrust probe as the evidence against the two firms was "qualitatively different", Flipkart argued in a court filing seen by Reuters.
While some 800 people were arrested throughout Europe and Australia in widely publicised takedowns announced last month, no one was arrested in the US. Why?