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Researchers conduct experiment using Chinese satellites to create laser network in space for high-speed links. Technology could potentially transmit data a million times faster than by radio signal to almost any location.
CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison will on Wednesday announce a parliamentary inquiry into the behaviour of the world's largest technology companies and the need for new legislation. Australia has led global efforts to reign in the powers of the likes of Alphabet and Facebook, installing legislation that has been heralded as a model for others to copy.
LONDON (Reuters) - Facebook owner Meta has been told by the UK competition watchdog to sell popular animated images platform Giphy in Britain's first such move against so-called Big Tech in its efforts to bolster regulation of the sector.
Tencent Holdings Ltd will soon allow WeChat groups to display links to external shopping sites such as Alibaba’s Tmall and Taobao, taking another step toward dismantling longstanding barriers erected across China’s most popular social media service.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Facebook Inc will show it has no interest in making the online world safe if it quits Australia over laws holding it liable for defamation on its platform, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday.
Plenty of consumers are expected to whip out their wallets for deals this Cyber Monday, getting a jump on their holiday shopping amid supply-chain-induced shortages – though with cyberscammers also in the mix, authorities are cautioning shoppers to look before they leap.
Australia’s government said Sunday it will introduce legislation to unmask online trolls, and hold social media giants like Facebook and Twitter responsible for identifying them.
LONDON (Reuters) - Google has pledged more restrictions on its use of data from its Chrome browser to address concerns raised by Britain's competition regulator about its plan to ban third-party cookies that advertisers use to track consumers.
(Reuters) - Web hosting company GoDaddy Inc said on Monday email addresses of up to 1.2 million active and inactive Managed WordPress customers had been exposed in an unauthorized third-party access.