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Singapore has defended a controversial new law against misinformation that it has wielded against Facebook, after an opposition party launched a withering attack on the legislation.
Google and Facebook Inc will come under greater scrutiny from Australia’s competition regulator as the government seeks to rein in the market dominance of the digital giants.
Ever wondered how misinformation spreads around the world? Videogame Plague Inc maps it out in a new update that arrives ahead of its studio's national elections.
Britain is proving a lawless landscape for political mudslingers mining cyberspace for votes in an election that could determine the UK's future relationship with the European Union.
Facebook's policy on paid political advertisements has flaws that allow the spread of false information, the US Democratic National Committee has said in a letter to Sheryl Sandberg, a top official of the social media giant.
Google has stopped accepting political advertisements in Singapore months before a widely expected election, according to documents shared by a small political party which said it was angered by the decision that denies it voter reach.
Alphabet Inc's new chief executive, Sundar Pichai, will have the hot seat all to himself as regulators around the world investigate the company, US politicians demand that it be broken up, and President Donald Trump accuses it of aiding his rivals.
Google’s co-founders are relinquishing their executive positions just as US state and federal regulators, not to mention the Department of Justice and Congress, are taking a keen interest in possible abuse of its privacy practices and market power.
A digital operation to amplify leaked documents in the run-up to the UK election 'closely resembles' Russian tactics, according to a US social media research firm.
A year ago the European Parliament attacked Facebook Inc in the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Now it’s embroiled in a privacy scandal of its own after using US software company NationBuilder to process political data concerning more than 300,000 people.