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Twitter Inc has alerted a European Union data protection watchdog about the cyberattack it fell victim to last week, days after the company said hackers had targeted just some 130 accounts and didn’t steal any passwords.
Malaysian duo hope to raise awareness about domestic violence through their animated short film.
Big Tech, its hands full with antitrust probes and complaints growing from activists and politicians, turns its attention to quarterly earnings in the coming days expected to show the growing power of Silicon Valley giants.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN): A party-list lawmaker on Tuesday (July 21) called for a congressional inquiry to shed light on the deaths of high-profile inmates at the New Bilibid Prison (NBP) in Muntinlupa City allegedly due to Covid-19.
Uber Technologies Inc has quietly launched a service to give public health officials quick access to data on drivers and riders presumed to have come into contact with someone infected with Covid-19, company officials told Reuters.
Downloads of Japan’s coronavirus contact-tracing app have slowed since its debut last month, a blow to the government's aim to use smartphones to head off a second wave of infection.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel’s parliament voted on Monday to allow the country’s domestic intelligence agency to track the cellphones of coronavirus carriers for the rest of the year amid a resurgence in new cases.
(Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign ran Facebook ads this weekend claiming that the Chinese-owned short video app TikTok is spying on users.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc has quietly launched a service to give public health officials quick access to data on drivers and riders presumed to have come into contact with someone infected with COVID-19, company officials told Reuters.
TikTok, the popular video-sharing app, has come under fire by the Trump administration several weeks after people used the app to flood Trump’s Tulsa, Oklahoma, rally with fake registrations in a mass prank. The administration is now considering a ban of the app due to security risks – a claim experts say is valid.