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TikTok blames ‘technical glitch’ for suppressing view counts on #BlackLivesMatter, #GeorgeFloyd videos
TikTok said a “technical glitch” last week made it temporarily appear as if videos using #BlackLivesMatter and #GeorgeFloyd hashtags had zero views – and the short-form video company vowed to do better in representing and supporting black creators.
Chaotic demonstrations over race and policing that swept through the United States over the past week have fuelled a debate over the growing use of surveillance technology by security forces in protests worldwide and its impact on privacy.
Hong Kong to get its own health code system for travels to Guangdong, Macau after Covid-19 border restrictions are lifted
A source says the system, meant to certify whether a traveller is free of the virus, will not contain transfer of any personal data. Authorities in Macau and Zhuhai have had their own health code systems in place since May 10.
As countries emerge from lockdowns imposed to blunt the coronavirus pandemic, dozens have rolled out phone apps to track a person's movements and who they come into contact with, giving officials a vital tool for limiting contagion risks.
False alerts about a man shot dead at a coronavirus checkpoint, old footage of a supermarket stampede in reports of panic buying, and a 2015 video of a police raid on a brothel recirculated with a misleading claim.
Tencent targets more console games as industry booms amid health crisis lockdowns and social distancing
The Chinese Internet giant recently closed deals with Japanese console gaming developers Marvelous and PlatinumGames. A collaboration with Activision Blizzard resulted in Tencent’s most successful console-to-smartphone gaming effort to date, Call Of Duty: Mobile.
China is poised to enshrine individuals' rights to privacy and personal data for the first time, a symbolic first step as more of the country of 1.4 billion people becomes digitised – and more vulnerable to leaks and hacks.
Hong Kong saw a spike in downloads of software designed to mask Internet usage on May 21 after Beijing signaled plans to usher in a new national security law that could tighten its grip on the city.
As a kid in South Korea, Brian Kim grew up with the opposite of social distancing: Coming from a humble background, he had to share a room with seven family members. Those days are gone, and measures keeping people apart are now helping his fortune.
Beijing is accelerating its bid for global leadership in key technologies, planning to pump more than a trillion dollars into the economy through the rollout of everything from wireless networks to artificial intelligence.