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Google's YouTube and other online platforms are not liable when users illegally upload copyrighted works onto their platforms, but rightholders can ask for injunctions against the companies, a European Union Court of Justice adviser said.
Didi Chuxing, operator of China’s largest ride-hailing platform, recently had one driver diagnosed with the coronavirus.
Agreements that let Facebook and other firms send European citizens' data to the United States and other countries are valid, a key EU court adviser said on Dec 19, although he left room for such transfers to be blocked if European data protection standards are not met in countries receiving the information.
Is it an online booking service? Or a real estate agent? US homesharing site Airbnb will on Dec 19 know how it should be labelled when Europe's top court rules on the issue amidst a backlash from the hotel industry and some cities.
Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems' seven-year battle against Facebook reaches a crucial point on Dec 17 when an adviser to Europe's top court will issue his view on whether tools used by companies to transfer data abroad are legal or not.
After five cases of racist chants in eight rounds of Serie A, the Italian soccer federation is considering employing advanced listening devices used in anti-terrorism operations to identify offending fans.
Hong Kong's Correctional Services chief Danny Woo says new technologies can help ensure safety by detecting prisoners’ abnormal behaviour more efficiently.
A cheating husband, domestic violence, marital problems or a complicated love life are standard fare for agony aunts across the world. But in religiously conservative northern Nigeria, asking for advice in public has traditionally been frowned upon.