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A digital operation to amplify leaked documents in the run-up to the UK election 'closely resembles' Russian tactics, according to a US social media research firm.
Dozens of activists blocked an Amazon distribution centre outside Paris on Thursday to protest the environmental damage they say is caused by rampant consumerism during "Black Friday" sales.
India wants to conduct an audit of WhatsApp's security systems following revelations that a spyware exploited vulnerabilities in the Facebook-owned messaging platform, the country's technology minister said on Nov 28.
At a time when stars have easy access to their own megaphones to reach fans, there's a growing wariness in the celebrity industrial complex about engaging in old-school journalistic efforts such as the access magazine profile or get-to-know-you meetings with reporters. And that's a huge mistake, in the eyes of Sean Cassidy, president of the New York-based PR and marketing firm DKC.
Injury rates reported for workers at Amazon warehouses across the United States are more than double the national average, according to a news investigation into workplace conditions at the electronic commerce giant.
French media organisations lodged a complaint against Google to the country's competition authority on Nov 19 over the US Internet giant's refusal to pay for displaying their content.
In a landmark paper published in 1950, the mathematician Alan Turing proposed the eponymous Turing Test to decide whether a computer can demonstrate human-like intelligence. To pass the test, the computer must fool a human judge into believing it’s a person after a five-minute conversation conducted via text.
Daimler has taken a "reality check" on self-driving "robotaxis", acknowledging that making them safe is proving harder than first thought amid questions over their future earnings potential.
Instagram chief Adam Mosseri on Nov 8 said that a test of hiding 'likes' at the image and photo sharing social network will spread to the United States.
Twitter said it would make it easier to report misleading information about the voting process in Britain's Dec 12 election, less than a month after its global ban on political advertising comes into force.