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The US state of Arizona filed a lawsuit on May 27 accusing Google of committing fraud by being deceptive about gathering location data.
A US federal appeals court rejected claims that social media giants including Alphabet Inc’s Google, Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc conspired to suppress conservative views online.
China is poised to enshrine individuals' rights to privacy and personal data for the first time, a symbolic first step as more of the country of 1.4 billion people becomes digitised – and more vulnerable to leaks and hacks.
For a preview of the future of office work, watch how the biggest tech companies are preparing for a post-pandemic world.
As workers worldwide wrestle with the norms of home video conferences – the de facto meeting rooms of the coronavirus era – tensions are running particularly high in India. The country has grappled with what’s essentially the world’s biggest quarantine after the government issued stringent rules that have kept its 1.3 billion people largely contained at home.
The more I read and hear about what offices will be like as they reopen, the more dystopian it sounds: empty desks, no meetings, everyone keeping their distance from one another.
To keep the spread of Covid-19 in check, countries around the world announced lockdowns and measures to limit the movement of people.
Three law firms from the United States, Britain and Asia have jointly invested over US$10mil (RM43.39mil) in a US-based legal tech startup that is developing an 'open' industry platform to enable lawyers to work seamlessly across disparate systems.
Facebook Inc agreed to pay US$52mil (RM225.07mil) to settle a lawsuit by content moderators who alleged they suffered psychological scars from repeated exposure to disturbing material including images of child sex abuse and terrorism, according to a statement issued by lawyers for the plaintiffs.
A Utah-based startup says it has exclusive business rights to the use of smartphones and other electronic devices for tracing people who have come into contact with a person with Covid-19, setting up a potential patent-infringement battle with some of the biggest technology companies.