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Abusive, controlling behaviour by a partner can affect all parts of a victim's life – including their smartphone.
When getting started on a new messenger app, most of us will just download, upload our contacts and start chatting. This is a mistake, say researchers, who have found that this function can be exploited by attackers to access personal information from you and contacts.
South Korea’s antitrust chief said on Oct 22 the agency believes US search engine giant Google has undermined competition, adding that the agency plans to present a case to its review committee this year.
Facebook Inc makes almost all of its money through advertising. But it’s trying a different approach with its WhatsApp unit.
Google’s long-running business model based on free services and advertising will be put to the test in the landmark antitrust lawsuit filed this week by the US Justice Department.
Social media platforms with e-commerce functions should be held to the same regulations as e-commerce platforms, according to a new draft regulation. Livestreaming e-commerce is the fastest-growing area of China’s internet amid the pandemic, but its popularity is also attracting more regulatory scrutiny.
Airbnb Inc is hiring former Apple Inc design chief Jony Ive and his new firm, LoveFrom, to work on projects with the home-sharing startup.
Google has long defended itself against charges of monopoly by stressing that its products are free and that no one has to use them.
The German government plans to give intelligence agencies in the country the power to read encrypted chats on messenger apps such as WhatsApp, following an agreement by Cabinet ministers on Oct 21.
Google barely took a scratch from three European Union antitrust probes that lasted nearly a decade and cost it more than €9bil (RM44.21bil). Regulators are still struggling with how to tackle anti-competitive behaviour, a lesson the US needs to learn.