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The NYPD’s 70-pound robotic dog, already criticised as a creepy-looking surveillance tool, was acquired without properly notifying the city, according to Comptroller Scott Stringer.
(Reuters) - Facebook's independent oversight board on Wednesday will announce whether it is overturning the company's suspension of former U.S. President Donald Trump's account. The long-awaited ruling will bring the focus back onto how the world's largest social network decides what world leaders and politicians can and can't say on their platforms.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey added cryptocurrency trading platforms to the list of firms covered by anti-money laundering and terrorism financing regulation, it said in a presidential decree published early on Saturday.
Cybersecurity experts, law enforcement agencies and governments urged the White House to root out safe havens for criminals engaging in ransomware and step up regulation of cryptocurrencies, the lifeblood of hackers, in the hopes of controlling a growing wave of attacks.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A proposed EU law that forces Google, Facebook and Twitter to remove terrorist content within an hour of publication cleared its final hurdle after EU lawmakers gave their backing despite concerns from civil rights groups.
The EU unveils a plan on April 21 to regulate the sprawling field of artificial intelligence, aimed at making Europe a leader in the new tech revolution while reassuring the public against “Big Brother”-like abuses.
They claim it could be useful to ‘identify and filter sensitive information from online news media’. China’s Internet is tightly controlled and the government relies on a huge army of censors to vet content.
A White House plan to rapidly shore up the security of the US power grid will begin with a 100-day sprint, but take years more to transform utilities’ ability to fight off hackers, according to details of a draft version of the plan confirmed by two people.
In an unusual step, Twitch, the Amazon-owned livestreaming service popular among gamers, has formally adopted a policy to suspend users if they engage in “severe misconduct” that occurs off the platform.
Singapore once again warned the public about the risks of trading cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, a market that while relatively small in the city-state has surged in significance over the past year.