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For all the talk of digital rights – and the Big Brotherly tentacles of Big Tech – a surprising number of Americans would sell even their most sensitive data, sometimes for a song.
Indian tech and entertainment firms are looking to capitalise on sudden opportunities arising from a government ban on Chinese owned apps, including the wildly popular TikTok, with one rival video app saying it had added 22 million users in 48 hours.
Zoom, one of the few success stories of the Covid-19 pandemic, now faces a new competitor in an app backed by Asia’s wealthiest person, Mukesh Ambani.
Digital rights groups fear they are losing a crucial source of support as US president Donald Trump's administration consolidates control over a government-backed non-profit that bolsters Internet freedom projects around the world.
A group of European digital advertising associations on July 3 criticised Apple Inc's plans to require apps to seek additional permission from users before tracking them across other apps and websites.
A Grammy-award winning composer sued YouTube for failing to protect her and other "ordinary creators” from unauthorized copying and use of their work on the giant video-sharing platform.
EU regulators are checking whether Google's purchase of Fitbit might allow it to drive rival makers of wearable devices, app developers and other online service providers out of the market, and boost its dominance in online advertising and search.
For Chinese cloud services companies, the coronavirus outbreak has become a rainmaker, bringing in new business far and wide as firms shift work online and authorities develop apps and systems to help contain outbreaks and manage social restrictions.
Twitter user Mariam Gómez claims to be “faithful to the homeland and the Cuban Revolution” on her account @mpgcibermambisa. But her profile picture, a woman showing her bare back, comes not from a real person but from an article about how gradual tanning is back.