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Facebook Inc’s “Like” button makes third-party websites responsible for processing people’s data under the European Union’s privacy rules, according to the EU’s top court.
The so-called Snooper’s Charter, which allows the UK government to access data from emails and mobile phones, survived a court challenge from a privacy group.
Bong Joon-ho's Parasite proves to be absolutely masterful in handling the subject of the hierarchical social status and materialism.
Southern Methodist University in Texas, the United States, has created a gaming app that aims to teach millions of US adults who can't read.
The Jose House in Petaling Jaya pays homage to its owner's grandmother, featuring skylights, an open plan and a roof deck among other architectural and design features.
Disney's Shanghai theme park is loosening a ban on outside food in the wake of a lawsuit, but Mickey Mouse still won't tolerate visitors taking in instant noodles or pungent foods like durian.
Taiwanese singer Rainie Yang has lashed out at fans who do not respect her privacy. Her outburst came as a Chinese netizen posted a photo on Tuesday showing Yang and Chinese singer Li Ronghao receiving their marriage certificates in Hefei.
The management agency of boy band BTS refuted a dating rumour involving the band's youngest member, Jungkook, on Tuesday.
Excessive supervision through smartwatches and smartphones infringes on a child’s freedom and privacy, says one expert. "Kids feel it to be a major betrayal of trust.”
Cytomegalovirus infection is the most common congenital infection in newborns, with the virus passing from an infected pregnant woman to her foetus.