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Digital currencies such as Facebook's planned Libra raise serious concerns and must be regulated as tightly as possible to ensure they do not upset the world's financial system, said experts.
Instagram updates its notification process to better explain why an account will be disabled, while tightening rules on banning rule breakers.
European law enforcement agencies set to lose the ability to tap criminals' mobile devices with the launch of 5G technology must be brought into discussions earlier when communications networks are modernised, the new head of Europol told Reuters.
When US, European and Canadian law enforcement officials claimed success last year in largely obliterating militant group Islamic State’s online propaganda network following a two-year operation, it was a public database of domain names that partly helped.
The youngest adult consumers still prefer shopping in stores over using their laptops, Instagram feeds or Amazon’s Alexa, a according to a recent Morning Consult study.
New Zealand's justice minister on July 3 urged Alphabet's Google not to be "evil" after the company failed to abide by a suppression order related to the murder case of a British backpacker.
Careem has ended operations in Sudan as part of its planned takeover by Uber, a spokeswoman said on July 1, less than a year after the Middle Eastern ride-hailing firm launched in the country.
An Israeli spyware firm thought to have hacked WhatsApp in the past denied a report July 19 that it had boasted to clients that it can scoop user data from servers run by technology titans.
The so-called Snooper’s Charter, which allows the UK government to access data from emails and mobile phones, survived a court challenge from a privacy group.