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YouTube has removed a video posted by popular creator PewDiePie that criticised Cocomelon, the most-watched children’s channel on the site, stepping in to protect one of its biggest names from harassment by the fans of another top channel.
(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google will evaluate the performance of its vice presidents and above on team diversity and inclusion starting this year, the company said on Friday in one of several responses to concerns about its treatment of a Black scientist.
Twitter will not end the practice of allowing people to post from anonymous accounts despite protests from Premier League chiefs over the abuse suffered by several of their star players.
As facial recognition is increasingly used by authorities to nab lawbreakers from criminals to US Capitol rioters, experts warn it could harm many others.
People returning to work following the long pandemic will find an array of tech-infused gadgetry to improve workplace safety but which could pose risks for long-term personal and medical privacy.
WallStreetBets’ “OG mods” have finally spoken.
Soon after Joe Biden announced last year that he would pick a woman as his running mate, US Rep. Jackie Speier began warning Facebook executives: Female politicians receive the most vile online attacks, and the company’s filters were failing to stop them.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Chinese spies used code first developed by the U.S. National Security Agency to support their hacking operations, Israeli researchers said on Monday, another indication of how malicious software developed by governments can boomerang against their creators.
Connected devices designed to monitor – and therefore improve – one’s sleep are becoming increasingly popular around the world, but do they really bring benefits to the user?
Citing concerns about its reliability and potential to harm communities of colour, the Minneapolis City Council voted Friday to ban the use of facial recognition technology by police and other city agencies.