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Surveillance-tech companies have flourished in recent years as law enforcement and spy agencies around the world have sought new methods for countering adversaries.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When law enforcement agencies want to gather evidence locked inside an iPhone, they often turn to hacking software from the Israeli firm Cellebrite. By manually plugging the software into a suspect’s phone, police can break in and determine where the person has gone and whom he or she has met.
As most public Internet centres have been shut down due to the movement control order, it’s important for students to learn to manage their data.
US states promoting apps that could prove essential to ending the coronavirus lockdown may be headed for a showdown with the two Silicon Valley companies that control key software on 99% of smartphones over the collection of sensitive GPS location data.
The food delivery boom has been a lifesaver for many restaurants in China as they flock to online channels amid social distancing.
Property developer Mah Sing Group Bhd said it has received new bookings worth RM37mil a week via its digital platforms - website and mobile apps - during the MCO period.
When Singapore launched the first smartphone app of its kind last month to identify and alert people who had interacted with carriers of the novel coronavirus, the city-state of roughly 5.7 million people had 385 cases of infections.
France is asking Apple Inc to remove a technical obstacle that it says is delaying a government contact-tracing application designed to contain the coronavirus spread.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is doubling down on its cloud strategy with a US$28bil (RM122.78bil) increase in spending over the next three years. Ignore for a moment that huge number, and turn instead to what this says about the e-commerce company’s priorities.