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Activision Blizzard employees are planning a walkout in protest against sexism at the US video game company and a poor response from its executives.
More than 2,000 Activision Blizzard employees signed a letter criticising the company's executives response to sexism and harassment complaints as "abhorrent".
In 2019, ransomware had yet to emerge as one of the top national security concerns confronting the United States, an issue that would become the focus of a presidential summit between Washington and Moscow this year. But the attacks in Texas were a harbinger of the now-exploding threat and offer a vivid case study in what happens behind the scenes when small-town America comes under attack.
Consternation is growing internationally following a series of leaks about the Israeli-produced Pegasus surveillance software.
(Reuters) - Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Thursday said he had not made up his own mind on the pros and cons of a central bank digital currency, but he would want authorization from Congress before taking any action to create one.
(Corrects name of California Housing Finance Agency)
NEW YORK (Reuters) - At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup, came across an opportunity to relocate from the San Francisco Bay Area to Tulsa, Oklahoma - a city previously not on her radar.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Glitches in a new system used to manage the U.S. Justice Department's $4.7 billion grant program are causing delays in funding programs from victim services to criminal justice research, say more than a dozen staffers and grant recipients.
Telecommunications as a public utility has been acknowledged by the Federal Government, but it has only been recognised by three states so far, according to the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission.
Masterminds evade arrest as cross-border scams target even well-educated, tech-savvy victims. Fraudsters update their scripts, use national security law to frighten victims into paying up.