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PUBG Corp, the unit of a South Korean company behind PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, will no longer give Tencent Games the rights to publish its popular mobile game in India, it said.
China on Sept 3 decried a fresh ban by India on scores of Chinese apps – including the hit game PUBG – as a bitter border showdown seeped out into the tech sphere.
Chief executives from four of the biggest US technology companies will face a moment of reckoning on July 29 in an extraordinary joint appearance before Congress that will air bipartisan concerns that they are using their dominance to crush rivals at the expense of consumers.
Twitter’s decision to crack down on the conspiracy-theory mongering of QAnon underscores the loose-knit group’s increasing reach into the mainstream of US politics.
For years Jefferson Kelley watched hate bloom in his treasured online spaces.
Facebook Inc has succeeded for years in fending off critics and regulators in Washington who’ve complained about the company’s market power and its failure to protect privacy, police hate speech and curb political disinformation.
Apple Inc on June 22 said it would let software developers "challenge" the guidelines that govern its app review process and will end its practice of blocking routine bug fixes over minor violations.
At an all-hands meeting via video chat on June 2, Zuckerberg took questions from employees, many of whom have publicly voiced dismay that the Trump post was still visible on Facebook’s service.
Mark Zuckerberg says Trump’s inflammatory ‘looting and shooting’ comment doesn’t violate Facebook policy
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he “struggled” with how to respond to US President Donald Trump’s posts – on both Facebook and Instagram – suggesting the government would fire upon rioting crowds.
Twitter Inc and Facebook Inc have both sparked the ire of Donald Trump, but the social networks have taken nearly opposite approaches to politics and the president.