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The rapid growth of eSports has increased the financial gains at stake and created a pressing need to fight the cheats and maintain the booming sector’s integrity.
Video-conferencing company Zoom Video Communications Inc said on Monday it had restored service to its US users after a partial outage left many unable to log in to work meetings or attend school classes remotely.
From bombings and protests to the opening of a new health centre, student journalist Baraa Razzouk has been documenting daily life in Idlib, Syria, for years, and posting the videos to his YouTube account.
US President Donald Trump appears as the first result of suggested accounts when users type "racist" into Twitter's people search, it emerged on June 3.
A European technology platform to support smartphone apps that can help trace people at risk of infection by the new coronavirus is gaining support from governments, one of its prime movers said on Friday.
Typically, this time of year is slow for the "Amoeba Sisters”. The YouTube channel makes animated, intricate videos about biology for over half a million subscribers, and its audience usually fluctuates with the school year.
A cybersecurity firm claimed it has purchased about 530,000 Zoom accounts from a hacker on the dark web, according to a report by website BleepingComputer.
During the coronavirus pandemic, it seems as if everyone is connecting with Zoom’s videoconferencing app – including, on occasion, unwanted visitors.
Online services have upended the world of advertising by enabling marketers, including political campaigns, to refine their pitches to specific groups of people or geographic areas.
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