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Facebook Inc, Alphabet Inc’s Google, Microsoft Corp, Twitter Inc – they all endorsed the "Contract for the Web”, a document that Tim Berners-Lee, the man credited with inventing the World Wide Web, hopes will make sure the Internet doesn’t spawn a dystopia of unequal access, zero privacy and manipulated information.
Internet connectivity is trickling back in Iran after the government shut down access to the rest of the world for more than four days in response to unrest apparently triggered by a gasoline price hike.
Nine-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt is bringing his electric scooters to Japan, hopeful that his celebrity status will help persuade regulators that the environmental benefits are important enough to relax some of the curbs on their use.
Pulling on makeshift roped hooks along a sun-drenched bank of the Seine River in Paris, Youva Hadjali and Edison Gompo fish out two electric scooters – not the most ecological fate for devices billed as a carbon-free fix for strained urban transport systems.
Google said it has fired an employee for leaking staffer names and personal details to the media and placed two others on leave for allegedly violating company policies, actions that come amid escalating tensions between management and employees.
The proliferation of electric scooters for rent in the French capital has spawned a new Parisian profession: scooter fisherman.
Facebook Inc, already under fire from some lawmakers and US presidential candidates for its policy against fact-checking speech from politicians, is now facing pressure from employees who are concerned the social media giant is letting politicians lie in ads.
One high-tech killer doll, a creepy meme, a deadly app and a murderous stranger in an online chat room – tech horror has become a dominating force in movies and TV.
(Reuters) - A number of payment processors and fintech companies that joined Facebook Inc's digital currency project Libra with great fanfare earlier this year, have abandoned the project, dealing a blow to the social media giant's plans.
LONDON (Reuters) - Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency faces a pivotal meeting of backers on Monday, days after the ambitious project to bring digital coins into mainstream commerce suffered a severe setback when major payment firms quit.