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China's continued crackdown on tech companies now puts Apple in its crosshairs, despite the American tech giant's continues efforts to appease regulators.
EL ZONTE, El Salvador (Reuters) - A growing number of El Salvadorans have experimented with bitcoin since the country became the first to adopt it as legal tender last month, with a couple of million dollars sent daily by migrants using the cryptocurrency.
Poland plans to strengthen its border with a system of motion sensors and cameras, modelling it on the Greek border with Turkey, its interior minister said in comments published on Oct 4, as it faces a large migrant influx from Belarus.
The focus on labour rights is part of the Chinese government’s push to create a fairer society and narrow the income gap under President Xi Jinping. Internet companies must now sign labour contracts with their gig workers, and provide them with the insurance coverage of state-run insurers.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican and U.S. officials discussed in high-level economic talks on Thursday the production of semiconductors in the region, Mexican Economy Minister Tatiana Clouthier said.
Covid-19 spurs governments to bridge digital divide, with new laws declaring the Internet as an essential service and expanding Internet access to include lowering costs.
Using online wallets, migrants could one day be able to send remittances home with smaller fees – or none at all – and within minutes, skipping the long waits in the Gulf’s heat and humidity.
No Internet and scant tech skills keep migrants on margins. Legal status could mean work, benefits, peace of mind.
Data rights groups are warning of privacy violations and risks to vulnerable communities after Abu Dhabi deployed scanners at border crossings, malls and other public locations that could detect Covid-19 in seconds.
If you’re a woman from an ethnic minority group hoping to land a job in Germany’s tech sector, you might want to rethink your CV.