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A turning point for Rafael Yuste, a neuroscientist at New York’s Columbia University, came when his lab discovered it could activate a few neurons in a mouse's visual cortex and make it hallucinate.
The Kremlin said on March 30 it hopes Moscow will not be forced to block Western tech giants in the country but stressed that the companies had to abide by Russian law.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Spotify Inc said on Tuesday it has purchased Betty Labs, the company behind sports-focused social audio app Locker Room, to accelerate its move into live audio.
Chat groups similar to the now-defunct SG Nasi Lemak, which circulated obscene photos and video clips of women in Singapore, have resurfaced on messaging app Telegram. Some of the images show young women in the nude and are pornographic in nature.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil's central bank on Tuesday cleared the way for Facebook's WhatsApp messaging service to let its users send each other funds using the Visa Inc and Mastercard card networks, months after vetoing WhatsApp's initial attempt.
Tech companies, which have treasure troves of personal information, have become natural targets for US law enforcement and government requests. The industry’s biggest names, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, receive data requests – from subpoenas to National Security Letters – to assist in, among other efforts, criminal and non-criminal investigations as well as lawsuits.
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc will let users customize their feed and give them control over who can comment on their public posts, the social media giant said on Wednesday.
Rwanda, after clamping down on free speech in traditional media, is now arresting and threatening those who have turned to YouTube or blogs to debate current affairs, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said.
Two US YouTube stars behind a “bank robber” prank that resulted in an unsuspecting Uber driver being held at gunpoint by police pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges on March 31.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Misinformation shared on Facebook is the biggest threat to Papua New Guinea's COVID-19 vaccine plans and the social media giant must take steps to "stop it", the Pacific country's health minister said on Thursday.