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Grassroots group of UK tech volunteers battles Brexit by working like a startup.
Inclusion and accessibility were the big topics this week at the Women in Gaming Rally, held in coordination with the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
A union organising Amazon.com Inc employees in New York has filed a complaint accusing the company of illegally firing one of the labour group’s most prominent supporters.
Thousands of people rallied against Russia’s increasingly restrictive Internet policies on March 10 which critics say will eventually lead to “total censorship” and isolate the country from the world.
Rally racer Dirt Rally 2.0, stylised jazz-puncher Ape Out, space empire builder Stellaris: Console Edition, ragdoll-physics motocross stunt challenge Trials Rising and becostumed fighting game Dead or Alive 6 all launch to a warm reception, with a tie-in for The Lego Movie 2 also available.
With the European Union heading into a series of critical elections, French leader Emmanuel Macron sounded the alarm about foreign interference and called for the formation of an EU-wide body to protect voting from “cyberattacks and manipulations”.
The new frontier of campaign tech is a loosely regulated world in which simply downloading a weather app or game, connecting to WiFi at a coffee shop or powering up a home router can allow a data broker to monitor your movements with ease, then compile the location information and sell it to a political candidate who can use it to surround you with messages.
China accuses the United States of trying to block its industrial development by alleging Chinese mobile network equipment poses a cybersecurity threat.
Opposition leader Juan Guaido's calls for Venezuelans to abandon Nicolas Maduro's government are booming across the world outside, but the self-declared interim president is having a harder time delivering his message at home.
The principal of a prestigious school near St. Petersburg summoned 16-year-old Leonid Shaidurov and 14-year-old Maxim Dautov in for a chat. Then he threatened them with expulsion, a criminal probe and being blacklisted from all Russian universities.