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HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): Deputy Minister of Transport Nguyễn Ngọc Đông talks to Giao Thông (Transport) online newspaper about the digital transformation programme of the Ministry of Transport.
This week, Microsoft had a big test on its hands – how to help transform the world’s biggest gadget show into an online-only event.
Encrypted messaging apps Signal and Telegram are seeing huge upticks in downloads from Apple and Google’s app stores. Facebook-owned WhatsApp, by contrast, is seeing its growth decline following a fiasco that forced the company to clarify a privacy update it had sent to users.
Last April, just as employers had sent millions of office employees home to work remotely, they went on a buying binge of creepy software with names like Controlio, Sneek and StaffCop – the better to monitor your every keystroke from afar.
Google, Twitter and Amazon are hopeful that Joe Biden’s incoming administration in the United States will enact a federal digital data law, senior company officials said at CES, the annual electronics and technology show.
BRUSSELS, Jan. 13 (Xinhua) -- Data protection watchdogs in any member state of the European Union (EU) can file complaints against Facebook despite the fact the company bases its European presence in Ireland, advocate general Michal Bobek advised the European Court of Justice on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Messaging app Signal has seen "unprecedented" growth following a controversial change in rival WhatsApp's privacy terms and is looking to hire more staff as it seeks to bolster the service and supporting infrastructure, the head of its controlling foundation said on Wednesday.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland has agreed to proceed with a 2013 complaint challenging Facebook's transatlantic data flows, Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems said on Wednesday, announcing he had therefore dropped legal action against Ireland's Data Protection Commission.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The Reserve Bank of India said on Wednesday it had formed a working group to look into digital lending practices, following reports of policy violations and borrower harassment by several digital lending apps in India.
Singapore is speeding a new law through parliament to allow the use of contact tracing data for criminal investigations after recent disclosures spurred concern that the government was using the information for more than just fighting Covid-19.