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As makeshift tent cities spring up across Canada to house rough sleepers who fear using shelters due to Covid-19, one city is leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to predict which residents risk becoming homeless.
Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC) has launched two inquiries into Facebook Inc
As Halloween is only two weeks away, here are scary movies about privacy invasions that serve as cautionary tales about stranger danger on the Internet.
The vast majority of smartphones have some kind of social media app installed, be it Facebook, TikTok, Twitter or a combination of all. And yet these apps are known to spy on our activity while draining the phone's battery. The alternative is something call a 'wrapper'.
A US$23mil (RM95,42mil) programme offering a digital health ID to every citizen could bolster India’s economic growth amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to the head of the country’s health authority.
Governments around the world are using the pandemic as a justification to expand surveillance and crack down on dissent online, resulting in a 10th consecutive annual decline in Internet freedom, a human rights watchdog report said on Oct 14.
While SHEIN has its origins in China it is one of the biggest shopping apps in the United States, SHAREit has been banned in India despite being massively popular elsewhere, and Likee is chasing TikTok – but desperate to avoid a similar fate.
Finance ministers from the G7 industrialised countries expressed “concern” on Oct 13 over the rise in “malicious cyberattacks” in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, including some involving cryptocurrencies.
Unique circumstances created by the Covid-19 pandemic forced more Americans to get comfortable with financial technology, while leaving the industry wondering whether regulators will devise a reliable legal framework to support it.
Financial leaders of the world's seven biggest economies will say on Oct 13 that they oppose the launch of Facebook's Libra stablecoin until it is properly regulated, a draft G7 statement showed.