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Users logging onto mini games in WeChat will now have to verify their real names and identities against police databases. Minors under the age of 18 will face restrictions on their playing time and in-game expenditure, as well as parental controls.
On Sunday morning, a viral outbreak in the Dutch city of Utrecht infected more than 60 people in less than hour. Unlike the coronavirus, however, the infection happened on WhatsApp.
YouTube has been accused of political censorship by a group of leading Hong Kong content creators who claim the streaming giant has been barring their politically charged video clips – including coronavirus-related content – from reaching advertisers.
While Dorsey is the company’s public face, and the final word on all things product and strategy, the taxing job of creating and enforcing Twitter’s rules don’t actually land on the CEO’s shoulders. Instead, that falls to Twitter’s top lawyer, Vijaya Gadde.
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.
Chinese attendees of CES consumer tech show offered free legal help in case US authorities seize their stuff
Country’s trade watchdog is offering pro bono legal services to Chinese exhibitors on the sidelines of the annual technology gathering in Las Vegas.
The top three most downloaded games of 2019 across both Android and iOS were followed by the hyper casual Color Bump 3D, Fun Race 3D and Run Race 3D, according to industry analysis firm App Annie.
Uber Technologies Inc beat back an aggressive bid to force it to treat California drivers as employees, but a judge’s ruling may allow a long-running fight over pay and benefits to gain traction in 2020.
China on Sunday put into effect new regulations that require Chinese telecom carriers to scan the faces of users registering new mobile phone services.
The international police organisation Interpol plans to condemn the spread of strong encryption in a statement Nov 18 saying it protects child sex predators, three people briefed on the matter told Reuters.