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From the outside, the house is a typical upmarket residence in Niamey, but inside it looks like no other.
(Reuters) -Britain's biggest sportswear retailer JD Sports on Tuesday forecast profit growth this year and announced plans to ramp up warehouse capacity to fulfil online orders and minimise disruptions from Brexit.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India is offering more than $1 billion in cash to each semiconductor company that sets up manufacturing units in the country as it seeks to build on its smartphone assembly industry and strengthen its electronics supply chain, two officials said.
Facial recognition software company Clearview AI has appropriated the identities of billions of “unsuspecting” people from websites including social media platforms to sell to police, chilling the right to free speech and endangering immigrants and people of color, a new lawsuit claims.
Mail delivery phishing scammers cheat Hongkongers out of HK$2.2mil as demand for delivery during Covid-19 pandemic surges
Criminals sent victims fake messages or emails purportedly from Hongkong Post asking for credit card details to cover a mailing fee, police say. The information was then used to make online purchases, with one man cheated out of HK$75,000.
Reddit’s decentralised model offers flexibility, allowing different communities to set their own standards of acceptability, and puts decisions in the hands of people who understand the context and have a stake in the outcome. But it is not without downsides.
Cambodia plans to set up a new national Internet gateway that critics fear will increase online surveillance and censorship of the internet and infringe on rights to privacy and free expression.
Cambodia’s government moved to exert near-total control over the country’s online life Wednesday, setting up a national Internet gateway which activists say will stifle freedom of expression and block content via a China-style firewall.
Chinese Internet companies have been violating customers’ rights by misusing personal data and “bullying” people into purchases and promotions, a government-backed consumer association said on Jan 7.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Digital services taxes adopted by India, Italy and Turkey discriminate against U.S. companies and are inconsistent with international tax principles, the U.S. Trade Representative's office said on Wednesday, paving the way for potential retaliatory tariffs.