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(Reuters) - Facebook's oversight board on Tuesday announced an expansion of its remit so that users can appeal content left up on the site as well as content taken down.
(Reuters) -Facebook users will now be able to ask the company's independent oversight board to rule on content that has been left up on the platform, not just content that has been taken down, in a key expansion of the panel's scope.
China ordered 34 Internet corporations Tuesday to rectify their anti-competitive practices within the next month, signalling that Beijing’s scrutiny of its most powerful firms hasn’t ended with the conclusion of a probe into Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.
Regulators have instructed Ant Group to form a financial holding company under their supervision as well as shrink its money market fund Yu’ebao. The revamp sets the clock ticking again on Ant Group’s countdown to IPO.
Digital generation gap: China tells companies to make their sites and apps more ‘elderly friendly’ as online population balloons
New guidelines for elderly users are part of an initial campaign targeting 43 apps and 115 websites, including WeChat and e-commerce sites Taobao and JD.com. The moves are also seen as helping party-building, as people aged 61 or older account for about one-third of Communist Party membership.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senator Josh Hawley, a Republican who has been a staunch critic of Big Tech, said on Monday he has introduced a bill that would ban all mergers and acquisitions by any company with a market value greater $100 billion, a category that includes the five biggest U.S. tech companies.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) -Alibaba Group Holding Ltd
It’s not easy for women to make a place for themselves in the music industry. A new European study reveals that the recommendation algorithms of streaming platforms favour songs composed by male artistes.
The absence of LG phones potentially also means less bold, if quirky, phone features in future, of which the recent LG Wing was a prime example.
BEIJING (Reuters) -More than 70 Chinese film and television show makers and associations said they would take "necessary legal action" against short video platform operators for unauthorised use of their content, a state-run newspaper reported on Friday.