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The three major cable cuts, including one case of vandalism, were fixed, restoring service for TM customers in the Northern states.
The Communist Party mouthpiece says online platforms should work with the government to eradicate fake clicks and views. China recently issued new rules banning the artificial inflation of Internet traffic, but experts say enforcement remains a challenge.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Instructors gaze watchfully from the shade of a tree as men in neon-green vests manipulate hand-held controllers clipped to mobile telephones as they direct drones flying over a vast Sydney field.
Market turbulence fuelled by a horde of retail investors targeting stocks like GameStop Corp has some fingers pointing at an unexpected culprit: the social-media liability protections vilified by former President Donald Trump.
LONDON (Reuters) - Sales of electric and plug-in hybrid cars in the European Union almost trebled to over 1 million vehicles last year, accounting for more than 10% of overall sales, data showed on Thursday.
The website of the New Zealand Stock Exchange slowed to a crawl on a Tuesday afternoon in August. It was so badly throttled that the exchange couldn’t post market announcements, as required by financial regulators.
The ByteDance rival has relied heavily on exclusive clans of video streamers to drive traffic. Experts say grooming smaller individual streamers is essential to diversifying Kuaishou’s reach.
Kuaishou, which bills itself as a video-sharing app for the everyman, proved its popularity among investors too, almost tripling in value to RM646.41bil.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU countries on Wednesday agreed to take a joint position in forthcoming negotiations with EU lawmakers and the European Commission on planned privacy rules governing Facebook's WhatsApp and Microsoft's Skype, ending a three-year impasse.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - U.S. audio app Clubhouse said it is reviewing its data protection practices, after a report by the Stanford Internet Observatory said it contained security flaws that left users' data vulnerable to access by the Chinese government.