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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.
Elaborate "virtual kidnappings" are being used to extort money from the friends and relatives of Chinese students Down Under, Australian police warned on July 27.
The US is home to five of the world’s top 10 universities in the AI field, which includes computer vision and machine learning, while China has three.
US college seniors began making tearful goodbyes, not knowing if they'd return to see friends on campus. Some were heading to homes without Internet, leaving them to wonder if they could keep up with online classes. And some worried about finding a way to afford a flight on only a few days' notice.
‘Spring is here … are you like this puppy desperate to go play,’ says social media post announcing US visa applications for Chinese students had resumed. Weibo chatter included claims of racism, insensitivity and derogatory regard for Chinese by US embassy staff.
China’s Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is seizing on a new business opportunity thrown up by the novel coronavirus: helping foreign universities skirt China’s stringent Internet controls to keep classes going for their mainland Chinese students.
Hundreds of American women are being ensnared by Internet scammers based in Malaysia, with some losing over a quarter of a million dollars, as the country becomes an epicentre for online crime perpetrated by Africans, US officials say.
Despite the danger of excessive Internet use and the threat of bullying, most teenagers around the world are "relatively" happy with their lot, a major OECD survey showed.
Top US universities are ditching telecom equipment made by Huawei Technologies and other Chinese companies to avoid losing federal funding under a new national security law backed by the Trump administration.
A startup company has come up with a solution for cash-strapped travellers with a payment plan that allows flyers to pay for their ticket in instalments.