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TikTok has told an Australian government committee that it will allow government officials to review its algorithm and test its source code.
As the US insurance industry increasingly relies on artificial intelligence, its state-based regulators are thinking about how to ensure that the technology treats policyholders fairly.
US President Donald Trump’s war on Chinese technology firms has changed the ground rules for global business, underscoring a new political reality that could have negative repercussions for American firms.
The owner of TikTok asked a federal judge in Washington for a preliminary injunction to block the Trump administration from removing the social network from US app stores.
TikTok will ban ads that promote fasting apps and weight loss supplements, as part of its policy to restrict ads of products that amplify body shaming, the company said on Sept 23.
Australia has asked Google to remove photographs of the top of the sacred Indigenous site, Uluru.
Just a few days ago, the TikTok deal looked like a win for China. Now its state-run media are denouncing it as “an American trap” and a “dirty and underhanded trick”.
Chevron Corp has asked its global employees to remove Tencent Holdings Ltd’s WeChat from their work phones, making it one of the first US companies to heed the Trump administration’s executive order banning the Chinese social app on alleged national security risks.
Survey was based on 400,000 posts on social media, more than 4.7 million online comments, and interactions among Internet users between May 16 and Sept 6. It says city residents were the happiest on July 19, when a cluster emerged among those who celebrated Hong Kong’s handover anniversary at a Mong Kok banquet.
Plans by China to draw up a blacklist of US technology firms might sound great to hardliners as a retaliatory measure against Washington DC, but would most likely backfire.