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Twitter will not end the practice of allowing people to post from anonymous accounts despite protests from Premier League chiefs over the abuse suffered by several of their star players.
North Korean hackers tried to break into the computer systems of pharmaceutical giant Pfizer in a search for information on a coronavirus vaccine and treatment technology, South Korea’s spy agency said on Feb 16, according to reports.
English football has reached breaking point with players, coaches, referees and officials aghast at the ongoing proliferation of hate aimed at them on Instagram and Twitter.
Britain’s Prince William has branded racist abuse directed at footballers “despicable” and said it “must stop now” after Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford became the latest player to be targeted.
England’s Football Association has vowed to work with the British Government and social media platforms to tackle racism after a spate of incidents over the past week involving Premier League players from Chelsea, West Bromwich Albion and Manchester United being targeted by online abuse.
Google has completed its US$2.1bil (RM8.47bil) acquisition of fitness-gadget maker Fitbit, a deal that could help the Internet company grow even stronger while US government regulators pursue an antitrust case aimed at undermining its power.
While Twitch has seen a significant increase in viewer numbers over the last 12 months, this trend appears to be digging in for 2021.
Tech companies beware: As customers become increasingly sophisticated, demanding and vocal, they’ll want more features on their terms, not yours.
A devastating cyberattack on US government agencies has also hit targets worldwide, with the list of victims still growing, according to researchers, heightening fears over computer security and espionage.
(Reuters) - FireEye, one of the largest cybersecurity companies in the United States, said on Tuesday that it had been hacked, likely by a government, and that an arsenal of hacking tools used to test the defenses of its clients had been stolen.