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The FBI arrested a Texas man who allegedly plotted to blow up an Amazon datacentre in an attempt to “kill... about 70% of the Internet” and bring down “the oligarchy” in power in the US.
A fire at a French cloud services firm has disrupted millions of websites, knocking out government agencies’ portals, banks, shops, news websites and taking out a chunk of the.FR web space, according to Internet monitors.
Google contract workers were banned from discussing their pay, and one was suspended for her labour activism, according to a complaint from the Alphabet Workers Union.
Since it first showed up more than two decades ago, e-commerce has slowly eaten its way into the global retail landscape a few fractions of a percentage point at a time.
Macau and China’s southern Guangdong province have a mutually recognised health code system powered by blockchain. This allows both sides to validate the health status of travellers without directly exchanging personal data, hence complying with local privacy laws.
China on Sept 8 outlined a slate of rules designed to prevent foreign governments from acquiring data stored locally, seeking to counter Washington’s accusations that services like TikTok and WeChat share sensitive user information with Beijing.
Triller, Byte, Dubsmash and now Instagram – there’s no shortage of rivals circling to grab a slice of troubled TikTok’s teen-centric platform for short-form videos, but can any of them come out on top?
US President Donald Trump on Aug 6 ordered sweeping restrictions against Chinese-owned social media giants TikTok and WeChat that could strangle their ability to operate in the United States.
Beijing is accelerating its bid for global leadership in key technologies, planning to pump more than a trillion dollars into the economy through the rollout of everything from wireless networks to artificial intelligence.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand's success in curbing the coronavirus has given it a "safe haven" advantage, allowing the country to be open for investment, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Wednesday.