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Social media companies have faced growing criticism from Congress in recent years for the way they handle hate speech and violence on their platforms.
Halt Hydra: US and German officials have seized one of the world’s largest darknet platforms Hydra Market, which is accused of trafficking in illicit goods and services.
'Hotspotting the Opioid Crisis': Here's how artificial intelligence will identify those at-risk for an overdose
Using artificial intelligence, the SI PPS and the MIT Sloan School of Management developed a predictive analytic program that will pull data from more than 70 providers and partners on Staten Island to identify who is at highest risk of an overdose.
Analysis of thousands of mobile phone calls conducted through the encrypted provider Encrochat have led to more than 2,250 investigations and around 360 ongoing criminal procedures in Germany, Frankfurt prosecutors said on July 6.
Hong Kong drug offenders get clearer view of options as new computer program scans thousands of cases to determine likely sentences
Created by the University of Hong Kong’s law and technology centre, the new system quickly compares decades of rulings against recent cases. It is hoped the new tool will be useful for lawyers and social workers often forced to rely on their own experience or research in guiding clients.
Indonesia has sentenced scores of prisoners to death over Zoom and other video apps during the pandemic in what critics say is an “inhumane” insult to those facing the firing squad.
A global police sting has netted 179 vendors involved in selling opioids, methamphetamine and other illegal goods on the Internet underground, in what officials of Europol said on Sept 22 put an end to the “golden age” of dark web markets.
Before HQ Trivia ran out of money earlier this month and abruptly shut down, the once-promising startup appeared to be on the brink of a dramatic victory. It had an acquisition offer from a media company called Whistle. The deal would have given HQ the cash it desperately needed to keep the lights on.
Netflix Inc and its rivals are facing a price war in India as a jump in the cost of watching video on mobile phones threatens to slow demand.
Regulation, sin taxes, and fines are coming for the videogame industry globally, and you can thank the Entertainment Software Association’s mishandling of concerns raised about addiction for that, according to Andrew Przybylski, experimental psychologist and director of research at the Oxford Internet Institute.