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Russia on April 7 warned Zoom that it could be completely blocked in the country after local media reported that it had restricted access to government agencies and state-owned companies.
While the hack occurred in 2019, Ada Chung, privacy commissioner for personal data, notes information taken can ‘still be used’ by criminals. More than three million city residents among those whose usernames, email addresses, birth dates and other information were released over the weekend.
A new coalition of small business groups on April 6 launched a campaign for tougher US antitrust enforcement, specifically calling for the breakup of online commerce titan Amazon.
As the world struggles to break the grip of Covid-19, psychologists and misinformation experts are studying why the pandemic spawned so many conspiracy theories, which have led people to eschew masks, social distancing and vaccines.
A Moscow court on April 6 fined TikTok more than US$30,000 (RM123,795) for failing to delete posts calling for minors to join unsanctioned protests in support of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.
Video game pioneer Atari announced on April 6 the creation of a blockchain division that will seize on the technology to develop games and a cryptocurrency that players could spend on items.
In a break from social media mud-slinging and Lebanon’s perennially polarised debates, audio app Clubhouse is hosting a new kind of conversation in the crisis-hit country.
Former Tencent employee ordered to pay US$167,000 for breaching non-compete pact after joining TikTok owner ByteDance
The Beijing No 1 Intermediate People’s Court on March 22 issued a ruling against Chen Shuo for breaking a six-month non-compete agreement with Tencent. Chen was ordered to pay Tencent compensation for the breach and return the sum he received from the firm after signing the non-compete pact.
(Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday brought an end to a legal fight over former President Donald Trump's effort to block critics from following his now-frozen Twitter account, deciding the dispute was moot and throwing out a lower court's decision that found he had violated constitutional free speech rights.
Chinese tech giants are expanding in Singapore as they face a crackdown at home and growing pressure in other key markets – but they may struggle to find talent in the city-state.