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The Russian government, for its part, has denied it directs cybercriminals to attack US interests, or protects them from US prosecution.
Sexual harassment and online sexual abuse has become “normalised” in English schools, inspectors said on June 8, with some girls contacted by up to 11 boys a night asking for nude or semi-nude images.
(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google on Monday unveiled an option for small businesses to upgrade their Gmail accounts for greater calendaring, video chat and email newsletter functionalities.
(Reuters) - As U.S. President Joe Biden prepares to confront Russian President Vladimir Putin over ransomware gangs in his country that twice recently targeted critical American infrastructure, his administration is publicly blaming the Russian government for allowing those criminals to profit without prosecution.
(Reuters) - Australia's Nuix Ltd said on Tuesday its two top bosses would leave the company, in a blow to the software maker whose shares have tumbled about 68% since its listing late last year following earnings downgrades.
Apple Inc is facing renewed scrutiny in Washington over its compliance with secret Trump-era subpoenas for user data on more than 100 users including US lawmakers, highlighting the bind tech companies find themselves in when obliged to satisfy law enforcement demands.
Facebook Inc can’t fully escape potential privacy orders from European Union data protection authorities beyond its lead watchdog based in Ireland, the EU’s top court said.
Social media bans by Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have dramatically reduced the reach of extreme right figures like Hill, disrupting their ability to plan and recruit new members, according to experts who monitor domestic extremism.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc said on Wednesday it had removed a network of fake accounts in Ethiopia targeting domestic users ahead of next week's elections, which it linked to individuals associated with the country's Information Network Security Agency.