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The confidential treatment records of tens of thousands of psychotherapy patients in Finland have been hacked and some leaked online, in what the interior minister said Oct 26 was “a shocking act”.
The downtime issue appears to have started affecting users on both banks since noon today.
A victory by Joe Biden in the Nov 3 election in the United States could usher in an abrupt change in the nation’s telecommunications policy, restoring so-called net neutrality regulation and shifting the Republican drive to rein in social media outlets, among other things.
Russia’s coordinated effort to nudge Americans toward voting for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election caught social media companies flat-footed and remains a stain on the reputation of Facebook in particular.
Big Tech is bracing for a tumultuous week marked by quarterly results likely to show resilience despite the pandemic, and fresh attacks from lawmakers ahead of the Nov 3 election.
Patreon Inc is known as a place where podcasters and other Internet creators go to make money through subscriptions. But on Oct 22, it became the latest social media company to address the growing presence of the conspiracy group QAnon.
Twitter disputes claim that Donald Trump’s account hacked by researcher who guessed his ‘maga2020!’ password
Twitter is disputing the account of a security researcher in the Netherlands who claimed he accessed US President Trump’s Twitter account – simply by guessing that the password was “maga2020!”
US President Donald Trump wants to revoke Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which dates back to 1996. This law protects freedom of expression on the web and therefore content shared on social media while preserving the platforms' immunity.
Earlier this week, Tesla sent out its “full self-driving” software to a small group of owners who will test it on public roads. But buried on its website is a disclaimer that the US$8,000 (RM33,188) system doesn’t make the vehicles autonomous and drivers still have to supervise it.
The US auto safety regulator on Oct 22 said it was closely watching Tesla Inc’s release of a software version intended to allow its cars to drive themselves, saying it stood ready to protect the public against safety risks.