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TikTok's poaching of Disney's Kevin Mayer to be its CEO was just the most visible part of a broader strategy by its Chinese owner to shift its centre of power away from China at a time of rising global tensions, several people familiar with the plans said.
Although people have been turning to online services during the Covid-19 pandemic, China’s economy shrank 6.8% in first quarter. Some sectors such as online education, remote working and gaming, have seen a surge in their traffic during the health crisis.
As more governments turn to tracing apps in the fight against the coronavirus, a deep-rooted tension between the need for public health information and privacy rights has been thrust into the spotlight.
France’s lower house of parliament endorsed on May 27 a contact-tracing app designed to contain the spread of the coronavirus amid sharp debate over privacy concerns.
The European Union recently set out plans for a phased restart of travel this summer, hoping to save millions of tourism jobs threatened by the coronavirus pandemic across Europe, the world’s top holiday destination.
India's antitrust body is looking into allegations that Alphabet Inc's Google is abusing its market position to unfairly promote its mobile payments app in the country, five sources familiar with the case told Reuters.
TikTok’s parent ByteDance Ltd generated more than US$17bil (RM74.08bil) in revenue and more than US$3bil (RM13.07bil) of net profit last year, figures that show the world’s most valuable startup is still growing at a brisk rate, according to people familiar with the matter.
On the Friday before Memorial Day, a six-foot long, red-and-white drone took off from a field in Kannapolis, North Carolina, flew fifteen miles west over suburban Charlotte to Novant Health’s Huntersville Medical Center, and dropped a box of protective masks in a designated spot next to the parking lot.
France’s data protection authority on May 26 gave the go-ahead to the government's planned coronavirus contact-tracing app for smartphones, but a rights watchdog said it still objected to it.
A Chinese local government’s proposal for a post-coronavirus health app that ranks citizens based on their smoking, drinking, exercise and sleep habits has sparked fury online over privacy concerns.