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Online users in China have adopted a range of creative measures – including screenshots, deliberate typos, PDF files and Morse code – to share a censored article on a whistleblowing doctor.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk thinks the coronavirus panic is ‘dumb’. A million Twitter users liked his tweet.
As the tech and auto industry grapples with canceled conferences and supply chain disruptions because of the global outbreak of coronavirus, Tesla CEO Elon Musk chimed in on Twitter with his take.
On Feb 28 questions about the coronavirus swirled around Google’s offices. The company was being criticised for YouTube’s handling of hoax videos, a major company conference was cancelled and an employee in Zurich tested positive.
No one has been diagnosed with the new coronavirus in Alabama, but unfounded social-media rumours run so wild that the state public health department assigned a staffer to stamp them out.
Therapists, counselling hotlines and online wellness groups in China are struggling to cope with surging demand for emotional help as the coronavirus outbreak upends normal life.
The coronavirus outbreak has enabled authorities from China to Russia to increase surveillance and clamp down on free speech, with the risk that these measures will persist even after the situation eases, digital rights experts said.
Tech firms in Seattle, a new focal point for the coronavirus epidemic, were telling employees this week to take advantage of technology to work remotely in an effort to contain the outbreak.
Hong Kong researchers join US tech startup to remotely monitor Covid-19 patients and quarantine cases in world’s first trial of its kind
Researchers at HKU join US tech startup to conduct a trial to remotely monitor Covid-19 patients and others in quarantine centres. Joint effort aims to engage a majority of confirmed Covid-19 patients and other increasingly larger group under quarantine orders.
Twitter Inc said on Thursday it is banning posts that "dehumanise" people because they have a disease or disability or because of their age, a step that happens to correspond to an explosion of tweets about the spreading coronavirus.
In coronavirus-hit Iran, healthcare workers are not just treating patients – doctors and nurses are also lifting spirits with light-hearted dance performances that have spread massively on social media.