You have searched for "Privacy"
Showing 31-40 of 10000
Report from Institute of Automation says the technology can spot dangers on sites and determine what workers are doing. AI can be used to send alerts when it spots somebody engaged in risky behaviour.
Facebook, WhatsApp and Telegram will deny law enforcement requests for user data in Hong Kong as they assess the impact of a new national security law enacted last week.
Residents of the Spanish island of La Gomera have started downloading a new app on their phones aimed at stopping the spread of Covid-19 infections in a pilot which will test the technology by simulating an outbreak of the disease.
Google is served with the vast majority of "geofence" search warrants because it stores information from millions of devices in a massive database.
MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine lawyer groups and a top congressman asked the Supreme Court on Monday to strike down the president's controversial new anti-terrorism law, or parts of it, calling it unconstitutional for infringing on civil liberties.
To go anywhere in Singapore these days, Joni Sng needs mobile phone apps and other technologies – a QR code to enter shops, a digital map to see how crowded a mall or park is, and a tracker to show if she was near someone infected with the coronavirus.
The Internet, once a freewheeling global network, is becoming balkanised into national spheres of influence. This could be bad for both cross-cultural communication and US tech companies.
Social media app TikTok distanced itself from Beijing after India banned 59 Chinese apps in the country, according to a correspondence seen by Reuters.
No matter how many times you click "no", the website will ask you for permission to display notifications in the future every time you visit.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah health officials are tracing the contacts of two new local Covid-19 cases in the state.