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In the video, the YouTuber attempted to see if anyone in a grocery store would notice that his partner was not wearing a face mask. Instead, she had a blue face mask painted on the lower part of her face.
Tech companies, which have treasure troves of personal information, have become natural targets for US law enforcement and government requests. The industry’s biggest names, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, receive data requests – from subpoenas to National Security Letters – to assist in, among other efforts, criminal and non-criminal investigations as well as lawsuits.
A Russian social media celebrity was being deported from Indonesia on Jan 24 after he held a party at a luxury hotel on the resort island of Bali attended by more than 50 people despite coronavirus restrictions.
Young children are watching a wide range of videos on YouTube that are chock full of advertisements, sometimes have violent footage and offer little educational value, according to a report from academics and Common Sense Media, an advocacy group.
Facebook said Aug 25 it would file a legal challenge against a Thai government order to take down a group where pro-democracy activists held discussions about the monarchy, a taboo subject in the country.
Facebook, US states join Harvard, MIT’s fight against Trump administration directive to deport online-only foreign students
Tech firms argue the directive violates a federal law meant to protect businesses from arbitrary decisions that could adversely affect operations. Government argues that earlier guidance warned that international students’ ability to remain in US for online courses was subject to change.
Amazon, IBM, and Microsoft have generated a lot of excitement by announcing that they will, at least for a while, stop selling facial recognition software to police departments. Municipalities have imposed moratoriums. Some activists are calling for an outright ban, on the grounds that the technology can disproportionately – and wrongly – identify people of colour as criminals.
The coronavirus outbreak has enabled authorities from China to Russia to increase surveillance and clamp down on free speech, with the risk that these measures will persist even after the situation eases, digital rights experts said.
Working at an Amazon warehouse in the UK, James Bloodworth came across a bottle of straw-coloured liquid on a shelf. It looked like pee.
A coalition of rights groups launched an online petition on Thursday urging IBM Corp to declare that it will not develop technology to help the Trump administration carry out a proposal to identify people for visa denial and deportation from the United States.