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A mobile fingerprinting app US immigration agents use to run remote ID checks in the field has become a core tool in President Donald Trump’s deportation crackdown, a pair of immigration rights groups say in a new report based on a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.
Like birds migrating south for the winter, a new species is packing up for the great trek: Work-from-homers looking for a sunny beach idyll with a good WiFi connection.
Silicon Valley is welcoming the election of Joe Biden as US president even as it girds for a series of battles over tech policy in Washington DC.
In an unprecedented joint operation, US and Brazilian law enforcement teams cracked down on pirate online services and apps that illegally reproduced and distributed copyrighted content from US media companies to Brazilian customers.
Google search data shows that race, abortion and healthcare are some of the top issues for voters in the US election, which sees Donald Trump go up against Joe Biden. Logically, "Who is winning the election?" and "When will we know the election results?" were the most frequently asked questions in the hours following the vote.
MCMC tells the public to watch out for parody accounts while PDRM highlights a new anti-scam system.
After Max Korolevsky said he was detained and beaten by security forces during mass protests in Belarus, he asked his IT company to transfer him to neighbouring Ukraine.
An inspector general’s report is casting doubt on the US Department of Homeland Security’s ability to protect its massive repository of personal data from hackers amid a push by the Trump administration to vastly expand its collection of biometrics through the use of facial recognition and other tools.
TikTok influencers say they think the president’s position on TikTok will not stand; that other US institutions will protect the platform where they feel most free to express their opinions.
Google said it will block some autocomplete search suggestions to stop misinformation spreading online during the US presidential election in November.