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LONDON (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google has launched international money transfer partnerships with remittances firms Wise and Western Union Co for users of its U.S. payments app, the companies said on Tuesday.
Deleted posts had ‘polluted’ the online environment with ‘harmful’ discussion of history, cybersecurity administration says. Posts ‘distorting’ party history or attacking the leadership are targeted in crackdown on discussion that challenges the official narrative.
At the time Elon Musk was trying his hand at comedy as host of Saturday Night Live, his image and likeness were being used to promote Dogecoin giveaways on social media that left unsuspecting people with what could have been more than US$5mil (RM20.57mil) in losses.
PayPal Holdings Inc is eyeing life beyond the checkout button.
Lurking beneath Facebook’s decision on whether to continue Donald Trump’s suspension from its platform is a far more complex and consequential question: Do the protections carved out for companies when the Internet was in its infancy 25 years ago make sense when some of them have become global powerhouses with almost unlimited reach?
Scammers are using video gaming platform Steam to trick victims into paying to unlock their accounts.
ByteDance is on a hiring spree as it gears up to dethrone e-commerce king, Alibaba, amid other expansion plans.
Facebook-owned messaging colossus WhatsApp on May 7 retreated again from its plan to force users to accept new terms which critics said could expand data collection from its two billion users around the world.
In the weeks that followed, Wendy Spinner said she received multiple security alerts from Facebook saying someone was trying to change the information for the account, but efforts to get help went unanswered.
Facebook booted Trump indefinitely, and Twitter kicked him out permanently, after Trump issued two inflammatory responses to the Jan 6 riots at the US Capitol.