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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States on Friday took a new stab at Russia's cybersecurity industry, restricting trade with four information technology firms and two other entities over "aggressive and harmful" activities - including digital espionage - that Washington blames on the Russian government.
Even as the government promotes e-commerce, it is aware of the need to curb online scams as complaints on online transactions have been increasing, said Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Deputy Minister Datuk Rosol Wahid.
As war rages across the countryside, young Afghans are plugging in their earphones and logging into audio-based app Clubhouse to argue with the Taliban and pitch counter-offensive tactics.
China has dispatched a team of officials to conduct on-site inspections at Didi Global Inc as part of a probe into the ride-hailing giant.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan is beefing up its diplomatic efforts to regulate digital currencies globally, three officials told Reuters, a sign of the government's growing alarm that a proliferation of new forms of private money could upend the financial system.
It began in February with a tweet by pop star Rihanna that sparked widespread condemnation of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s handling of massive farmer protests near the capital, souring an already troubled relationship between the government and Twitter.
Have a beef with beef? A burgeoning veggie burger industry is using artificial intelligence to propose alternatives.
China drafts three-year plan to boost its cybersecurity industry amid increasing concerns for data safety
MIIT’s strategy to develop the cybersecurity industry estimates the sector may be worth more than US$38.6bil by 2023. Cyber threats have risen during last year but China is also boosting cybersecurity for national security reasons, experts say.
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism is seeking to expand its oversight of multichannel networks, which help turn people into online influencers. With the draft regulation, the ministry has become one of several government agencies vying to control its own slice of the growing Internet economy.
Digital rights groups urged US regulators and investors on Tuesday to block plans by surveillance technology company Cellebrite to go public on the Nasdaq stock exchange, saying the Israeli firm continues to sell tools to repressive governments.