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Global tech firms in Australia unveiled a new code of practice on Feb 22 to curb the spread of disinformation online, following pressure from the government.
(In Feb. 19 story, corrects name of group in paragraph 11 to Center for Countering Digital Hate instead of Center for Countering Digital Health)
BERLIN (Reuters) - The semiconductor crunch that has battered the auto sector leaves carmakers with a stark choice: pay up, stock up or risk getting stuck on the sidelines as chipmakers focus on more lucrative business elsewhere.
Beyond cleaning the hospital, Franzi the robot also cheers up patients and staff, with some humour programmed into its routine.
French President Emmanuel Macron on Feb 18 unveiled a plan to better arm public facilities and private companies against cybercriminals following ransomware attacks at two hospitals this month and an upsurge of similar cyber assaults in France.
Facebook's news content ban also knocked out Australian emergency services pages, preventing warnings about Covid outbreaks, bushfires and cyclones.
Fishing was one of the few sports where participation seemed to pick up when everything else went on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic.
YouTube will introduce a short-form video feature called Shorts to the US in March, making its biggest move yet to respond to the growing challenge from TikTok.
Ma Xiaolin frequently wrote about current affairs on one of China's leading microblogging sites, where he has two million followers. But recently, he said in a post, the Weibo site called and asked him not to post original content on topics ranging from politics to economic and military issues.
Co-working has become increasingly popular in Libya, a country beset by frequent blackouts and internet cuts after a decade of war.