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American lawmakers are developing stricter rules on cryptocurrency investments, looking to collect more taxes to fund investment into the country's transportation and power systems.
CLEVELAND (Reuters) - When researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology visited Rich Gent's machine shop here to see how automation was spreading to America's small and medium-sized factories, they expected to find robots.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Tuesday called on Congress to give the agency more authority to better police cryptocurrency trading, lending and platforms, a "Wild West" he said is riddled with fraud and investor risk.
Ni Xialian has represented Luxembourg for five straight Olympics but was born and raised in Shanghai. A match with a South Korean teenager was dubbed a fight between ‘grandma and grandchild’.
Dr Marc Feingold, a primary care doctor in Manalapan, has been spending plenty of time with his patients in recent weeks trying to debunk misinformation about the Covid-19 vaccine, falsehoods heard everywhere from Facebook and the TV networks to New Jersey radio, including Bill Spadea’s popular New Jersey morning-drive talk show.
China launches campaign against ‘fake news’ as Beijing seeks to purify online information, targeting social media
China’s censors go after fake news and unlicensed citizen journalists in latest move to cleanse cyberspace of information deemed fake or harmful. The joint campaign from 10 regulatory agencies is expected to hit social media platforms like WeChat and Douyin, popular with content creators.
China’s crackdown on gaming: state newspaper calls for higher taxes but also highlights soft power gains
Since the gaming industry has grown so large, companies like Tencent should no longer benefit from tax incentives, the op-ed argues. However, the commentary shows support for the gaming industry, reflecting Beijing’s love-hate relationship.
Just over a quarter of Nigerians have enrolled for a national ID, which must be linked to mobiles by Oct 31, 2021. Critics say lack of data protection exposes personal information.
Almost 90% of German companies have been targeted by cyberattacks in recent months, the Bitkom information and telecommunications association reported on Aug 5.
Singapore may not compete for gold in many Olympic events, but the tiny city-state is emerging as a force in a different kind of sport: mobile and video games.