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A US judge in San Francisco on Oct 15 said she was "not inclined" to reverse her decision blocking the government from barring Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google from offering WeChat for download in US app stores.
Uber Technologies Inc, which has been facing a wave of regulations in Latin America, is fighting proposed rules in Cancun that the ride-hailing service says could drive it out of the top Mexican beach resort.
A proposal to prevent big technology companies from functioning as financial institutions or issuing digital currencies has been circulated for discussion by the Democratic majority that leads the House Financial Services Committee, according to a copy of the draft legislation seen by Reuters.
Jhonna Porter took a selfie in a surgical mask at West Hills Hospital and Medical Center near Los Angeles and posted it to Facebook, saying supplies were being rationed from a locked cage and asking friends to donate protective gear.
A group representing major technology firms including Alphabet Inc and Facebook Inc urged the US Federal Communications Commission to abandon plans to reverse the landmark 2015 rules barring Internet service providers from blocking or slowing consumer access to web content.
b>FRANKFURT/b>: Samsung Electronics lost a bid to overturn a ruling barring its local unit from selling its Galaxy 10.1 Tablets in Germany, handing a symbolic legal victory to Apple Inc in efforts to keep its lead spot in the Tablet computer market.
Popular video-sharing app TikTok issued a broad ban on Wednesday against "misleading information" that could cause harm to its community or the public, setting itself apart from rivals like Facebook which say that they do not want to be arbiters of truth.
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The Trump administration is close to issuing a list of 89 Chinese aerospace and other companies that would be unable to access US technology exports due to their military ties, Reuters reported, a move that could escalate tensions as the Biden administration prepares to take over.
Twitter Inc on Dec 2 expanded its policy barring hateful speech to include "language that dehumanises people on the basis of race, ethnicity and national origin," it said in a statement.