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Warehouse, delivery and retail gig workers in the United States went on strike on March 30 to call attention to safety and wage concerns for people labouring through the coronavirus crisis.
Israel's defence ministry plans to use software that analyses data gathered from mobile phones — produced, according to Israeli media, by the spyware firm NSO — to help locate likely carriers of the coronavirus in order to test them.
Google on Friday removed the Android version of the Infowars app from the Google Play online store, after comments made by Infowars founder Alex Jones about the Covid-19 pandemic were deemed false and harmful.
New York Postmates food delivery drivers and potentially thousands of other gig workers can receive unemployment benefits at a time of historic job losses, following a ruling by the state’s highest court that they are company employees.
An Internet firm is ending the automated registration of website names that include words or phrases related to the Covid-19 pandemic, an attempt to combat coronavirus-related fraud.
A deadline to decide on the future of the.org Internet domain was pushed back on Wednesday after human rights groups warned that a change of ownership could hit charities grappling with coronavirus.
Some app developers say Alphabet Inc's Google is increasingly pressing them to embed code in their own products that will deepen Google's access to data on consumers, giving the company a leg up on rivals.
It may look like an email from a supervisor with an attachment on the new "work from home policy". But it could be a cleverly designed scheme to hack into your network.
New York has reached out to Google about online advertisements for medical face masks showing up in news articles and other web sites at a time when the products are needed by health-care workers dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, a person familiar with the matter said.
The US Justice Department should expand its antitrust investigation of Alphabet Inc’s Google to include the Internet giant’s conduct in online search, in addition to digital advertising, two senators said.