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When she was first elected to the California state Assembly, Ling Ling Chang publicly posted her cellphone number to get feedback from her constituents. It worked, but it came with a dark side effect: unwanted nude photos from strangers.
Alphabet Inc is pushing efforts to roll back the most comprehensive biometric privacy law in the US, even as the company and its peers face heightened scrutiny after the unauthorised sharing of data at Facebook Inc.
The use of bots to meddle in political elections. Algorithms that learn who people are and keep them coming back to social media platforms. The rise of autonomous vehicles and drones that could displace hundreds of thousands of workers.
Apple Inc will build a US$1.375bil (RM5.88bil) data centre in Waukee, Iowa.
Faced with a barrage of lawsuits from workers demanding benefits and recognition as employees, some companies in the fast-growing 'gig economy' are looking to settle the issues through legislation.
Many actors think there ought to be a law against posting their ages online, and California this year obliged critics of ageism in Hollywood by passing a law targeting a leading movie and television information website.
The law forces companies to provide a way for minors to delete their digital skeletons.
b>KUCHING/b>: The Sarawak Library is working with six other libraries in the country under the Ubiquitous Library Pilot Project or 'U-Library,' which is expected to be launched in July.
b>KUANTAN/b>: The Pahang state assembly was told that broadband infrastructure, including at children's playgrounds, is according to international procedures and standards.