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Education startups IPO plans were damped as China announced more regulation on the industry, which it saw as putting too much pressure on school children.
The encrypted messaging company Signal has long been popular with activists, investigative journalists, politicians and assorted law enforcement officials because of its emphasis on privacy and security. Its growth was steady – but slow.
Blogger jailed in China for "defaming martyrs" after posting on Weibo that the death toll of the China-India border clash last year was higher than the official count of four.
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
US-China tech war: Beijing-funded AI researchers surpass Google and OpenAI with new language processing model
The WuDao 2.0 natural language processing model had 1.75 trillion parameters, topping the 1.6 trillion that Google unveiled in a similar model in January. China has been pouring money into AI to try to close the gap with the US, which maintains an edge because of its dominance in semiconductors.
US-China tech war: Apple puts China squarely at the apex of supplier list, bucking talk of decoupling and scrutiny of its vendors
Nearly one-third of the newly shortlisted companies are from the Chinese mainland, according to a Post analysis of Apple’s supplier list for 2017 and 2020. The increase in the number of mainland companies used by the iPhone maker highlights the importance of China in global hi-tech supply chains.
In recent years, a stream of developers and executives from top video game publisher Blizzard have left to create their own studios, seeking the creative freedom and autonomy they feel is no longer possible at a company chasing mega hits.
Fastly's hours long outage showed how vulnerable the world’s biggest websites are to disruptions, a situation worsened by the increasing demand for content and connection speeds.
(Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden is close to issuing a new executive order targeting personal data collection by apps like Chinese-owned WeChat and TikTok, according to people familiar with the matter.
A statement said that instead of banning the popular apps, the Biden administration would carry out a "criteria-based decision framework and rigorous, evidence-based analysis to address the risks" from Internet applications controlled by foreign entities.