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Major tech firms urge US to retain net neutrality rules

A group representing major technology firms including Alphabet Inc and Facebook Inc urged the US Federal Communications Commission to abandon plans to reverse the landmark 2015 rules barring Internet service providers from blocking or slowing consumer access to web content.

India votes for next president from lowest Dalit caste

NEW DELHI: Indian lawmakers voted Monday to pick the country’s president, who is certain to come from the lowest Dalit caste, in an election seen as strengthening Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s grip on power.

‘Oh, bother’: Chinese censors can’t bear Winnie the Pooh

Has Winnie the Pooh done something to anger China’s censors? Some mentions of the lovable but dimwitted bear with a weakness for “hunny” have been blocked on Chinese social networks.

'Oh, bother': Chinese censors can't bear Winnie the Pooh

Beijing (AFP) - Has Winnie the Pooh done something to anger China's censors? Some mentions of the lovable but dimwitted bear with a weakness for "hunny" have been blocked on Chinese social networks.

Kenya’s social media election: attack ads and data mining

A strikingly toxic campaign ad was unleashed online in Kenya just weeks before national elections – a potentially explosive move in a country where politics and ethnicity are closely aligned.

Calls for law change after Indians left in dark over Jio data leaks

Fears Indian telecom upstart Reliance Jio suffered a major data breach, compromising the personal data of over 100 million customers, have prompted calls for India to adopt more robust laws to protect consumers.

George A. Romero, father of zombie movies, dies at 77

NEW YORK: George A. Romero, creator of the zombie film genre with Night of the Living Dead and a series of sequels that left a lasting impact on horror movies, died of lung cancer in a Toronto hospital on Sunday, his business partner said. He was 77.

BBC unveils first-ever female 'Doctor Who'

LONDON: British actress Jodie Whittaker was unveiled Sunday as the first woman to play Doctor Who, telling fans of the cult BBC science fiction series they should "not be scared by my gender".

Trump administration blocks startup visas

THE Trump administration said it plans to rescind an Obama-era programme that would allow foreign entrepreneurs who launch startup companies in the US to live in the country, in the president’s latest effort to constrict immigration flows.

LG G6: Back to basics

With the G6, LG is focusing on the things that really matter to users.