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At a meeting last week of Alphabet Inc stockholders, a man lobbed a simple query at the company’s chairman: Where is the CEO?
A high-tech smart city project proposed along Toronto's waterfront by Alphabet Inc unit Sidewalk Labs has pledged not to sell advertisers the personal data collected to serve residents and visitors.
Sidewalk Labs, a subsidiary of Google parent-company Alphabet Inc, officially unveiled its plan for a massive technology-driven neighborhood on Toronto's waterfront.
Honor-ing friends and fans with Biggest Party Ever of savings up to RM500 and giveaways.
Australia's competition watchdog is poised to call for far-reaching new regulations on Facebook, Google and other tech giants.
From sending special offers on restaurants to burger-loving current account holders to selling anonymised credit card records, banks are racing to monetise the huge troves of data they hold.
More than a dozen shareholder proposals failed as expected at Google’s annual meeting June 19, but they raised important questions about the massive company, which has had its share of scandals and controversy over the past year or so.
Google workers, shareholders and activists used the annual meeting of parent Alphabet Inc to protest a range of issues, including contractor rights, the tech giant’s business in China and the absenteeism of Alphabet chief executive officer Larry Page.
Shareholder activists want Google parent Alphabet Inc to break itself up before regulators force the world's biggest Internet ad seller to split into different pieces.