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The unfolding story of eSurv has renewed questions about the growing use of spyware.
While Dorsey is the company’s public face, and the final word on all things product and strategy, the taxing job of creating and enforcing Twitter’s rules don’t actually land on the CEO’s shoulders. Instead, that falls to Twitter’s top lawyer, Vijaya Gadde.
If every browser window automatically opened in incognito mode, then it wouldn’t be considered incognito browsing, but regular web browsing.
Apple and the US government are at loggerheads for the second time in four years over unlocking iPhones connected to a mass shooting, reviving debate over law enforcement access to encrypted devices.
India lost more than US$1.33bil (RM5.40bil) to Internet restrictions in 2019 as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government pushed ahead with his party’s Hindu nationalist agenda, raising tensions and sparking nationwide protests.
As Indonesia celebrated its National Heroes' Day last year, official military social media accounts lavished praise on Corporal Yunanto Nugroho for the "myriad awards he has won in the field of IT".
Every year during the second week of January nearly 200,000 people gather in Las Vegas for the tech industry’s most-maligned, yet well-attended event: the consumer electronics show.
As the US awaits possible retribution over a recent airstrike that killed a top general, there’s at least one American businessman who can attest, in detail, to what happened after he provoked Iran.
If the popular ToTok video and voice calling app is a spying tool of the United Arab Emirates, that’s news to its co-creator.
WhatsApp has finally ended its service for Windows smartphones, which aren't even on the market anymore.