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South Africa’s banking regulator is trying to put in place a regulatory framework for cryptocurrency assets quickly, after a proliferation of scams related to the asset.
Facebook, Google, TikTok and Twitter have committed to improving their reporting systems and handing users more control over their experience as part of an initiative to tackle the abuse of women online.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's competition watchdog CNMC is investigating possible anti-competitive practices in Spain by Apple Inc and Amazon.com Inc regarding online sales of electronic products.
TikTok users can now post videos up to three minutes long up from one minute, in a move by China-based ByteDance to keep up with the competition.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Plans by Big Tech to foray further into India's financial sector pose risks for traditional banks as the tech firms have the potential to become dominant players in financial services, the central bank said.
Though thousands of mental health apps are available for download, few are backed by research.
They flaunted their participation in the Jan 6 riot at the US Capitol on social media and then, apparently realising they were in legal trouble, rushed to delete evidence of it, authorities say. Now their attempts to cover up their role in the deadly siege are likely to come back to haunt them in court.
Didi cybersecurity review expected to set precedent for future ‘national security’ probes into data collection
The Didi review is the first time Beijing has invoked national security in a Big Tech investigation, a move that could be precedent-setting, say analysts. News of the investigation, coming two days after Didi’s IPO in New York, triggered a 5% drop in its share price.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Comcast Corp's Universal Pictures will send new movies exclusively to the company's Peacock streaming service no later than four months after they debut in theaters, the company said on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Former U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday filed lawsuits against Twitter Inc, Facebook Inc, and Alphabet Inc's Google, as well as their chief executives, alleging they unlawfully silence conservative viewpoints.