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Fake traffic app developer sentenced to five years in prison, fined US$15,000 amid China’s crackdown on inflated social media engagement
Before his popular fake traffic app Xinyuan was shut down, 26-year-old Cai Kunmiao made 6.3mil yuan in membership fees, according to a court document. The Chinese government is continuing a crackdown on fake online engagement, often used to boost celebrities’ social media accounts.
Uganda’s shutdown of social-media sites in January, right before a disputed election handed President Yoweri Museveni a sixth term, dealt a devastating blow to rice trader Elizabeth Nagunda: Her sales slowed to a near-halt.
No matter how much security an operating system might offer, the weakest link in the chain – such as a badly coded app or service – could lead to user data getting compromised.
The coronavirus crisis has clipped the wings of airline pilots but those who have kept their jobs are doing what they can to stay sharp – using flight simulators when they’re not in the few planes in the air.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lobbyists for Facebook and Google threw their weight against new U.S. legislation that seeks to aid struggling news publishers by allowing them to negotiate collectively against the tech companies over revenue sharing and other deals.
In official correspondence with California's Department of Motor Vehicles, Tesla lawyers recently admitted the US$10,000 option that Tesla sells as Full Self-Driving Capability is not, in fact, capable of full self-driving.
Exclusive: Microsoft could reap more than $150 million in new U.S. cyber spending, upsetting some lawmakers
SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Microsoft stands to receive nearly a quarter of Covid relief funds destined for U.S. cybersecurity defenders, sources told Reuters, angering some lawmakers who don't want to increase funding for a company whose software was recently at the heart of two big hacks.
(Reuters) - A new feature has appeared at smoke shops in Montana, gas stations in the Carolinas and delis in far-flung corners of New York City: a brightly-lit bitcoin ATM, where customers can buy or sell digital currency, and sometimes extract hard cash.
A brand new tool integrated into Google Maps will soon allow anyone to modify the route of a road, or even to create one not yet referenced.
The US government’s highway safety agency is sending a team to Detroit to investigate a crash involving a Tesla that drove beneath a semitrailer.