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South Korea's biggest Internet portal suspended its real-time "trending topics" feature on April 2 ahead of a general election this month, after controversy over politicians and their supporters trying to manipulate the results.
SEOUL (AFP): South Korea's biggest internet portal suspended its real-time "trending topics" feature Thursday (April 2) ahead of a general election this month, after controversy over politicians and their supporters trying to manipulate the results.
Fitness-tracking gadgets are selling out, home exercise classes have never been more popular and industrial robot designers are pivoting to making sanitation bots. The Covid-19 pandemic has triggered a seismic wave of health awareness and anxiety, which is energising a new category of virus-fighting tech.
A group of European experts said on April 1 that they would soon launch technology for smartphones to help trace people who had come into contact with those infected with coronavirus, helping the health authorities act swiftly to halt its spread.
Personal data protection is a thorny subject in privacy-loving Germany, but the country is nevertheless considering using a smartphone app to help manage the spread of the new coronavirus.
President Vladimir Putin is taking precautions to protect himself against coronavirus, the Kremlin said on April 1, as Moscow authorities launched a smartphone app designed to track people who have been ordered to stay home because of the virus.
European scientists and technologists will launch a joint initiative on Wednesday to support the use of digital applications in the fight against coronavirus while complying with the region's tough privacy laws.
It may be the global day for pranks but with the world under assault from the deadly coronavirus pandemic many governments on April 1 were warning against virus-themed April Fools' jokes – some even threatening jail.
BEIJING (Xinhua): In the hard battle against the ravaging coronavirus epidemic, Beijing and New Delhi have offered each other staunch support and timely help.
Surveillance measures rolled out across the world as governments try curb the spread of coronavirus could cause lasting damage to the right to privacy, a United Nations expert has warned.