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Online services have upended the world of advertising by enabling marketers, including political campaigns, to refine their pitches to specific groups of people or geographic areas.
Indonesian police said on Nov 26 they have arrested 85 Chinese citizens for involvement in a cross-border telephone and Internet fraud ring after receiving a tip from Chinese police.
Ten years after it was introduced, India's national digital identity system is becoming ubiquitous in the country, even as large numbers of homeless and transgender people are excluded and many denied essential services, a study showed.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd rose 6.6% in its Hong Kong debut, fueling the ambitions of China’s largest Internet company as well as an Asian city rocked by violent anti-government protests.
Google's tightening of its political ad policy could help reduce the spread of misinformation on election campaigns, but at a cost for lesser-known candidates.
Spain's national statistics agency INE on Nov 18 began using the location data of millions of mobile phone users to track their movements for several days in preparation for the next census, raising privacy concerns.
The biggest Silicon Valley companies have responded to complaints about unequal pay by disclosing the gaps between men and women doing similar work. But not Oracle Corp.
India's dependency on cash may slow the country's transition to digital payments despite large numbers of Internet and mobile phone users.
Last week was a particularly interesting time in the world of cashless payment, as key e-wallet players revealed new features, a pioneer bid adieu, and another popped up out of nowhere.
For a quick capital injection, alternative funding platforms are connecting innovative companies in need of funding with the public.