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SYDNEY (Reuters) - The architect of Australia's new law making Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook Inc pay news outlets for content on Thursday rejected a suggestion the move was the result of lobbying by News Corp, calling the claim "extremely strange".
The advent of self-driving cars is raising questions in the insurance sector about who should pay when the vehicles crash and how insurers will set equitable rates.
BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) -Europe and Britain launched formal antitrust investigations into Facebook on Friday to determine if the world's largest social network was using customer data to unfairly compete with advertisers, in a new assault on its business model.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's competition authority is investigating Alphabet Inc's Google News Showcase, a platform which makes news available on the tech giant's news website, it said on Friday.
Charities in Kashmir now able to better serve their communities by going online, after facing the first wave of Covid-19 without internet access.
LONDON (Reuters) -Many cryptocurrency firms are not meeting Britain's anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing rules, the country's financial watchdog said on Thursday, showing how some parts of the emerging sector are struggling to meet required standards.
Tencent hit with lawsuit for violating children’s rights on day China rolls out updated minors protection rules
The Beijing Children’s Law Aid And Research Centre accuses Tencent’s Honour of Kings of encouraging gaming addiction and showing inappropriate content. The NGO’s lawsuit was filed on the same day that China’s updated Minors Protection Law came into effect.
A draft of new rules in China’s southern tech hub would classify personal data collected from minors as ‘sensitive’, limiting how it can be used. The country’s national minors protection law, with a new chapter dedicated to online protections, takes effect on June 1, Children’s Day in China
A Malaysian teenager who used TikTok to challenge inappropriate behaviour by a teacher, launched a movement to make schools a safer place.
Amazon has stopped requiring customers to address issues via arbitration, after masses of customers complained about its Alexa digital assistant.