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There have been 85 reports of unlawful sexual intercourse between January and September this year, compared with 71 over the same period last year. ‘Sextortion’ cases jumped to 616 during the first three quarters of this year from 171 over the whole of last year.
YouTube said on Tuesday it had barred the right-wing outlet One America News Network from posting new videos for a week after it broke the site's rules against content that claims there is a guaranteed cure for COVID-19.
For the past four years, US President Donald Trump has enjoyed the special status of a world leader on Twitter and Facebook, even as he used his perch atop the social media pyramid to peddle misinformation and hurl abuse at his critics.
The US presidential election is finished: votes cast, the transition – though delayed – begun.
Twitter has flagged 200 of Trump’s posts as ‘disputed’ or misleading since the US election day – does it make a difference?
In the 24 days since Election Day, Twitter has added warnings labels to 200 of President Trump’s tweets or posts he has retweeted indicating that they contain false, disputed or misleading info.
New York-based businesswoman Ruth Harrigan usually sells her honey and beeswax products in souvenir shops. But with Covid-19 pausing tourism, she’s been almost entirely dependent on Facebook ads to drive online sales.
China unveiled draft guidelines on Dec 2 seeking to limit the scope of mobile apps’ collection of personal data in the latest attempt to curb the sprawling technology sector.
From racially biased platforms to products that caught fire, we look back at the major missteps in the tech industry.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - A move by Ireland's data regulator's in August to halt the transatlantic transfer of Facebook customer data threatened "devastating" and "irreversible" consequences for its business, a lawyer representing the U.S. company said.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Violence at a Wistron Corp factory in southern India is likely to stall the company's and its client Apple Inc's drive to expand local manufacturing, while forcing the government to redouble efforts to encourage foreign investors.