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When the Dutch government invested in home-grown chipmaker Smart Photonics this summer, it was a departure for a country with a hands-off approach to business.
The Trump administration announced plans on Sept 1 to expand the collection of personal "biometric” information by the agency in charge of immigration enforcement, raising concerns about civil liberties and data protection.
Singapore's more than four million residents will have to use facial verification technology to access government services through the national identity scheme, a move criticised as intrusive and heavy-handed by privacy advocates.
Personal computer shipments rose in the third quarter, with the US market having its best performance in a decade, on demand from consumers working and studying remotely.
In this open-ended era of working from home, the financial industry is taking unprecedented steps to police bankers and prevent wrongdoing.
Summit and Sierra, two IBM-built supercomputers, maintained their top positions for the US in the Top500 ranking.
Airline Cathay Pacific has been found to have not followed data protection principles in relation to the security of passengers' personal data, Hong Kong's privacy watchdog said in a report published on June 6.
Twitter Inc said on May 13 it may have accidentally collected and shared location data of some users accessing its app through Apple devices with an advertising partner.
Hundreds of Google staffers met and discussed what activists allege is a frequent consequence of criticising the company: retaliation.
Hundreds of Google staffers met on April 26 and discussed what activists allege is a frequent consequence of criticising the company: Retaliation.