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Are parents or game developers to blame for gaming addiction? And are Malaysians guilty of keeping too many photos on their phone?
The United States, Britain and Australia have called on Facebook to give authorities the ability to circumvent encryption used in its messaging services – a measure opposed by the social media giant.
A US online privacy bill is not likely to come before Congress this year, three sources said, as lawmakers disagree over issues like whether the bill should preempt state rules, forcing companies to deal with much stricter legislation in California that goes into effect on Jan 1.
Dunkin’ Donuts failed to notify almost 20,000 customers across the US about cyberattacks on their accounts in 2015 and inadequately warned more than 300,000 customers about another hacking attack in 2018, New York's attorney general said in a lawsuit announced Sept 26.
The US Justice Department will open an antitrust investigation of Facebook, a source familiar with the matter said on Sept 24.
Facebook said that it has suspended "tens of thousands" of apps made by about 400 developers as part of an investigation.
US state attorneys general investigating Google are ordering it to turn over a wide range of information about its advertising business, according to an investigative demand that takes direct aim at the biggest source of the company’s revenue.
Facebook Inc users suing over the social network’s worst-ever privacy scandal gained leverage to pry into its internal records to back up their claims that it failed to safeguard their personal data, exposing the company to potentially billions of dollars in damages.
The scrutiny of giant technology companies and the inevitable anxiety that follows are now so commonplace that they have become rote.
A nationwide group of US states opened an investigation into whether Google’s advertising practices violate antitrust laws, targeting the heart of the search giant’s business.