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US President Donald Trump plans to meet on Sept 23 with a group of Republican state attorneys general about revising a key law that shields social media companies from liability for content posted by their users and allows them to remove lawful but objectionable posts.
Tan’s statement came following media reports linking Berjaya, and his daughters, to SEA Gamer Mall which is headquartered in Sitiawan, Perak.
The European Union is considering new rules that would likely require Apple Inc to give competitors access to payments technology inside its iPhones.
They have been charged with 23 counts of racketeering, conspiracy, identity theft, aggravated identity theft, access device fraud, money laundering, violations of the CFAA, and falsely registering domain names.
Uber Technologies Inc attempted to hide the fraudulent use of photo identification by some drivers, London’s black-cab drivers said at the start of the company’s second court battle with the city’s transport regulator.
Algerians were unable to access social media accounts on Sept 13 as students sat national exams in the North African country where authorities are cracking down on cheating.
Twitter Inc said on Thursday it would label or remove misinformation aiming to undermine confidence in the U.S. election, including posts claiming victory before results have been certified or inciting unlawful conduct to prevent a peaceful transfer of power.
Three Republican US senators on Sept 8 introduced the latest legislation targeting a federal law that largely exempts tech platforms such as Facebook and Twitter from legal liability for the material their users post.
Facebook and Twitter both placed warning labels on Donald Trump's messages shared on the platforms encouraging US voters to cast mail-in ballots and then show up in person at local polls to "see whether or not your your Mail In Vote has been Tabulated (Counted)."
Four Republican state attorneys general led by Texas backed President Donald Trump's push to narrow the ability of social media companies to remove objectionable content and require new transparency rules.