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Amazon.com’s search and recommendation algorithms channel customers into consuming increasingly extremist misinformation, according to a new report.
Chinese regulators imposed wide-ranging restrictions on the fast-growing financial divisions of 13 companies including Tencent Holdings Ltd and ByteDance Ltd, levelling many of the same curbs employed against Jack Ma’s Ant Group Co in a crackdown on the tech sector.
Telcos to continue providing free additional 1GB Internet data allocation till July 31, applicable for video conferencing platforms and educational materials, says MCMC.
Microsoft Corp president Brad Smith said Google has hurt the concept of the open web and impaired content creators’ ability to make money, continuing an attack the software maker began earlier this year over whether Internet companies need to pay news organisations for content they re-share.
Music industry professionals were hoping that streaming would put an end to piracy. But it hasn’t worked out that way.
The People’s Republic is preparing to reinforce regulation of today’s Internet giants, which are particularly hungry for large quantities of data. The initiative may also provide Beijing with an opportunity to tighten its grip on Internet-related industries.
The value of the gaming industry has topped US$300bil (RM1.23 trillion) following a pandemic-fuelled surge, with some 2.7 billion players worldwide, a research report said on April 29.
(Reuters) -Twitter Inc shares sank 11% in post-market trading on Thursday as it offered tepid revenue guidance for the second quarter, warned of rising costs and expenses and said user growth could slow as the boost seen during the coronavirus pandemic fizzles.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc on Thursday said it will give $5 million to pay local journalists in multiyear deals as part of its new publishing platform to help independent writers attract an audience and make money through the social media network.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese financial regulators on Thursday summoned 13 internet platforms engaged in financial business, including heavyweights Tencent and ByteDance, to order them to strengthen their regulatory compliance, the central bank said.