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Facebook Inc said an increasing number of users are posting fliers and images using violent or incendiary language to promote gatherings across the country over the next week, echoing warnings from law enforcement that there could be another attack similar to last week’s riot at the US Capitol.
Singapore is speeding a new law through parliament to allow the use of contact tracing data for criminal investigations after recent disclosures spurred concern that the government was using the information for more than just fighting Covid-19.
Alexey Navalny, the opposition leader whom the Russian secret police nearly killed with military-grade poison last year, is worried about Twitter’s decision to shut down Donald Trump’s account.
(Reuters) - Shares of Twitter Inc slumped 7% on Monday, on course to knock off about $2.5 billion from the market value of the social media company after it permanently suspended the account of U.S. President Donald Trump.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The storming of the U.S. Capitol will herald an era of tougher social media regulation, European Union Commissioner Thierry Breton said, comparing the violence with the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, that led to a global crackdown on terrorism.
Singapore’s government plans to create urgent legislation to formalise the use of virus contact-tracing data in investigations of serious crimes.
Commercial drone use for deliveries and services cleared a major hurdle in the US with new rules allowing the devices to fly over populated areas for the first time and requirements for tracking them to address safety and security concerns.
Commercial US drone flights are set to receive a huge boost as soon as this week with requirements that most of the devices must transmit a radio beacon with a digital license plate.
A coalition of human rights and press freedom groups have filed a brief supporting Facebook Inc’s lawsuit against the Israeli surveillance technology company NSO Group, arguing that the "very core of the principles that America represents” are at stake in the case.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel will next month halt its cellphone tracking of coronavirus cases except for carriers who refuse epidemiological questioning or in the event of a surge in contagions, a government ministry said.