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Video of a deadly shooting in Germany was easily accessible on 4chan, BitChute and other sites Oct 10, attracting tens of thousands of views, despite efforts by tech companies to curb the spread of violent content.
Cybersecurity specialists Yubico contacted by activist over ‘grave concerns’ about computer hacking. Company says it is on a mission to protect vulnerable Internet users, and works with free speech supporters.
Social media companies scrambled on Oct 9 to scrub footage of a shooting outside a German synagogue from their platforms, in the first major test of their systems since a massacre in the New Zealand city of Christchurch prompted a global outcry.
Activision Blizzard Inc is facing a fierce backlash and calls for a boycott after a unit of the American game company punished a player for supporting Hong Kong’s protest movement, the latest cultural clash between the US and China.
Beijing recommends right to control Internet and tech for ‘social stability’, and make cyberspace a branch of sovereignty. Growing influence could help it shape international cybersecurity rules alongside countries that favour free, open cyberspace.
There isn’t a day that goes by without us hearing or reading about how the government is ramping up efforts to introduce 5G.
Facebook Inc is negotiating with a key US congressional committee for chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg to testify as soon as next month, people familiar with the talks said, amid questions about the social media giant’s market power and its plans for a digital cryptocurrency called Libra.
Blame it on Google: A serious data corruption issue that resulted in Mac Pro workstations being rendered unusable at a number of Hollywood studios Monday was likely caused by a browser update gone haywire.
Social media companies led by Facebook said they were ramping up an industry body that aims to weed out extremist content.
New technologies used to map areas in developing nations for granting titles and aiding development could be misused, say analysts