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DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland's data regulator has fined Twitter 450,000 euros ($547,000) for a bug that made some private tweets public, the first sanction against a major U.S. tech firm under a new EU dispute mechanism, but much less than some EU states demanded.
Ireland’s data regulator has fined Twitter €450,000 (RM2.21mil) for a bug that made some private tweets public, the regulator said on Tuesday, in the first sanction against a US firm under a new European Union data privacy system.
LONDON (Reuters) - Facebook, Twitter and Chinese-owned TikTok face fines of up to 10% of turnover if they fail to remove and limit the spread of illegal content such as child sexual abuse and terrorist material under laws proposed by Britain on Tuesday.
Months into a pandemic that has changed work-life balance, Americans say they’ve actually adapted fine to home offices and dining room table workstations, and most want to continue working from home after the pandemic.
People need stronger protection from the effects of artificial intelligence, the EU's rights agency argued in a report Dec 14, as one expert warned against the "blind adoption" of such technology.
China’s antitrust watchdog fined Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and a Tencent Holdings Ltd unit over a pair of years-old acquisitions and said it’s reviewing an impending Tencent-led merger, signaling Beijing’s intention to tighten oversight of Internet sector deals.
LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigeria has directed all telecommunications firms, including giants such as Airtel and MTN, to stop selling SIM cards while it audits rule compliance, according to a statement from the Nigeria Communications Commission.
PARIS (Reuters) - France's data privacy watchdog has handed out its biggest ever fine of 100 million euros ($121 million) to Alphabet's Google for breaching the country's rules on online advertising trackers (cookies).
Google racked up another record fine in the European Union, this time a €100mil (RM490.67mil) penalty from France’s privacy watchdog over the way it manages cookies on its search engine.
One reason to break up Facebook is that less onerous remedies have simply failed to make a difference.