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Internet and media companies should do more to tackle the spread of misinformation in Britain, independent fact-checking charity Full Fact said in a report on April 30 highlighting falsehoods that have spread during the coronavirus outbreak this year.
SINGAPORE: Southeast Asian stock markets closed higher on Wednesday, with the Philippines leading gains, as easing coronavirus restrictions in parts of the world fed hopes of a recovery in global economic activity.
UK lawmakers meeting on April 30 will question executives from some of the world’s biggest technology companies on their efforts to eliminate the spread of misinformation during the pandemic.
Cyprus’ telecoms authority said on Tuesday unknown arsonists have torched a second mobile telephone antenna despite government efforts to quell "groundless” fears that it’s moving to install a 5G antenna network.
SINGAPORE: Southeast Asian stock markets edged higher on Wednesday, as investors cheered easing coronavirus curbs in some parts of the world while awaiting preliminary estimate for first-quarter US economic growth and the Federal Reserve's policy decision.
Surveillance-tech companies have flourished in recent years as law enforcement and spy agencies around the world have sought new methods for countering adversaries.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When law enforcement agencies want to gather evidence locked inside an iPhone, they often turn to hacking software from the Israeli firm Cellebrite. By manually plugging the software into a suspect’s phone, police can break in and determine where the person has gone and whom he or she has met.
Demand for digital advertising is shriveling after a decade of explosive growth amid the pandemic-fueled downturn.
SINGAPORE: Philippine shares fell on Monday following a warning that the coronavirus pandemic will likely send the economy into its first annual contraction in more than two decades this year, while financials helped Singapore rise after five sessions of losses
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, this has become an era of Zoom birthdays, virtual happy hours, FaceTime story times and Google yoga classes. Our friends, coworkers, teachers – and doctors, if we're lucky – now largely exist as faces in rectangles on our phones and computer screens.