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Apple Inc injected a new level of intrigue in its bitter court fight with Epic Games Inc, suggesting the Fortnite maker was acting as a stalking horse for Microsoft Corp and withholding evidence.
A Hawaii man who pleaded guilty to cyberstalking a Utah family by sending more than 500 people to their house for unwanted services including food deliveries, plumbers and prostitutes was sentenced on May 13 to three years of supervision and ordered to adhere to strict limitations on use of the Internet.
An update to the software powering some billion iPhones around the world kicks in April 26 with an enhanced privacy feature critics fear will roil the Internet advertising world.
As Myanmar descends into chaos, smartphone warriors in the anti-coup movement are seeking revenge online against the junta, hounding people with family ties to the military as a form of “social punishment”.
Chat groups similar to the now-defunct SG Nasi Lemak, which circulated obscene photos and video clips of women in Singapore, have resurfaced on messaging app Telegram. Some of the images show young women in the nude and are pornographic in nature.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senator Mark Warner said on Monday he has been talking to President Joe Biden's staff about Section 230 - a law protecting tech companies - and expects his recent legislation to reform the law to find a Republican co-sponsor.
Those with the skills and technology in the US are increasingly the ones able to book appointments, despite Covid-19 hitting the marginalised the hardest.
Targets of online exploitation and harassment say they sometimes face indifference from platforms that operate under protection of a decades-old US law that limits liability for content their users post online.
Nearly a decade ago, South by Southwest was known as a launchpad for Internet phenomena: The annual tech and arts festival was where Twitter Inc broke out and where masses of 20-somethings made group messaging apps a thing.
US Democrats and Republicans in Congress are taking aim at a controversial law that shields Internet platforms including Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc from lawsuits over content posted by users.