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China on Sunday put into effect new regulations that require Chinese telecom carriers to scan the faces of users registering new mobile phone services.
"Smart" gyms? Absolutely, said an Eden Prairie, Minnesota, couple who opened a new Exercise Coach franchise in Minnetonka that features Exerbotics fitness equipment.
Whether your system sounds really great depends on more than just the tech and the speakers. Placement of your speakers is of the utmost importance.
A year ago the European Parliament attacked Facebook Inc in the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Now it’s embroiled in a privacy scandal of its own after using US software company NationBuilder to process political data concerning more than 300,000 people.
This year is expected to see the first widespread adoption of facial recognition payments, with an estimated 118 million Chinese users embracing it. Despite concerns over data privacy, the use of facial recognition for payments will expand rapidly in China, says fintech official.
"Go to the supermarket, take a picture of the detergent aisle and send us the pictures." So-called clickworkers or crowdworkers make money by taking on little tasks via online platforms that pay them for their time.
Many of the online platforms in use in Germany do not meet the standards set by the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), according to a survey commissioned by the Justice Ministry.
A US federal judge said up to 29 million Facebook Inc users whose personal information was stolen in a September 2018 data breach cannot sue as a group for damages, but can seek better security at the social media company after a series of privacy lapses.
Didi Chuxing boss Jean Liu says car-pooling controversy was bigger ‘blow’ than her own fight against cancer
Didi has removed about 306,000 drivers from its platform since August last year, or one in every 100 registered drivers.
Snap Inc has launched a new Bitmoji feature that lets users make their avatars resemble themselves even more closely; it's called Mix and Match.