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With more than 105,000 cameras, Moscow boasts one of the world's most comprehensive surveillance systems.
A Taiwan company crucial for the production of iPhones for tech giant Apple admitted on Nov 9 that working conditions for some students employed at a factory in China contravened agreed labour terms.
Digital nomads travel the world as freelancers, but the concept is becoming increasingly tempting for permanent employees who are now working from home. So can a retreat to the wilds work?
In an unprecedented joint operation, US and Brazilian law enforcement teams cracked down on pirate online services and apps that illegally reproduced and distributed copyrighted content from US media companies to Brazilian customers.
From drivers' rights to surveillance and election disinformation, the Nov 3 US election tested a number of digital rights issues.
App-based companies like Uber, Lyft and Doordash have dodged a potentially devastating blow to their industry by carving out an exemption from a California, United States law that required them to classify their drivers as employees instead of contractors.
Three reasons why you can’t buy a self-driving car today and one place you’re likely to find them first.
Turkey has fined five giant social-media companies for failing to appoint a local representative required by new laws that activists say are an attempt to stifle dissent.
Gig economy giants in California, the United States, including Uber Technologies Inc, Lyft Inc and DoorDash Inc have won their effort to pass a hotly contested ballot measure that will exempt the companies from a state law requiring them to classify most of their workers as employees.
Democrats and Republicans alike missed the point on Oct 28, when members of the US Senate Commerce Committee had their last chance before the election to grill the CEOs of Facebook, Twitter, and Google.