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Most business merger stories have no need for a "this is not a joke" disclaimer, but this one did: Spanish-language media giant Univision Communications Inc announced a deal to buy a stake in humour website "The Onion."
The European Union plans to take a harder look at whether the collection of vast troves of consumer data by big Internet companies violates competition rules, competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager said.
Looking more avuncular than authoritarian, Cambodian premier Hun Sen crouches for a selfie for his Facebook page with young scouts – part of a social media blitz selling the strongman’s cuddlier side as he seeks to extend a 30-year grip on power.
Parties seeking a chunk of the US$7bil (RM30.67bil) raised from the liquidation of former telecommunications giant Nortel Networks started talks aimed at ending one of the most complex and costly legal disputes in history.
With the launch of the latest-generation Crown in October, Toyota can already claim to be the builder of the world's first mass-produced truly connected car.
A social network account of Russia's communications minister was temporarily blocked in a cyberattack carried out by hackers presenting themselves as a Turkish activist group and parading images of a warplane and Turkish flags.
Turkish banks reported sporadic disruption to credit card transactions on Friday as hackers stepped up a two-week barrage of cyberattacks, believed to be the worst the country has seen.
Turkish Internet servers have suffered one of the most intense cyberattacks ever seen in the country over the last week, according to an Internet management body, raising fears Ankara may be a target of political hackers.
EU lawmakers and member states struck a deal on the bloc's first cybersecurity law that will require Internet firms such as Google and Amazon to report serious breaches or face sanctions.