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Security certificate yanked from Russia-backed website, hurting ability to divide US voters

A Russian-funded English-language website aimed at sowing divisions among Americans has had a vital Internet security certificate yanked, meaning US Internet users will have difficulty accessing the site.

He died with a dream: To play an arcade game for 100 straight hours – on one quarter

When Joel West died quietly in his Lincolnton home in November, there were no breaking-news alerts.

Angry South Korean taxi drivers rally against carpooling service

Tens of thousands of South Korean taxi drivers walked off the job and held a rally to protest against a carpooling service that they say would destroy their jobs and threaten their livelihoods.

An online battle for 900 million hearts and minds: India braces for 2019 election

When India votes in a general election next year, it will be the world’s largest democratic exercise, and the biggest ever test of the role of social media in an election.

Chinese workers at Apple supplier Foxconn stage street protest over unpaid bonuses

Hundreds join rally in Henan province over claims they were cheated out of additional payments of US$870 (RM3,640) by recruitment agencies.

For South Korea’s struggling taxi drivers, ride-hailing app a matter of life and death

South Korean taxi drivers have waged a fierce campaign to protect their livelihoods ahead of the launch of an Uber-like ride-hailing service.

US video-greeting company says it’s ‘safer than it’s ever been’ after celebs duped into taping anti-Semitic messages

Cameo, a company that allows people to pay for personalised video greetings from athletes, celebrities and social media influencers, has been having a banner year.

Scores protest against new Amazon HQ in Queens, NY

Around 100 people on Nov 14 protested against Amazon’s impending arrival in New York’s borough of Queens, condemning US$3bil (RM12.56bil) in tax breaks and incentives, and worried ordinary families will be pushed out by gentrification.

Hate groups are using online games to recruit teens: report

Some extremist groups are using multiplayer games and in-game chat functions as a way to recruit new members, NPR reports.

Facebook expects rising costs to combat scandals to moderate after 2019

Facebook Inc relieved investors by forecasting that margins would stop shrinking after 2019 as costs from scandals ease up, sending shares up despite a second-straight quarter with record-low user growth.