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Instagram unveiled a new feature on March 24 allowing users to connect more easily over video and shared content as part of a move to ease isolation stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
South Korean prosecutors on March 25 began reviewing whether to formally charge a man arrested last week on allegations he operated secretive chatrooms where he posted sexually abusive videos of blackmailed women in return for cryptocurrency payments.
The coronavirus pandemic is leading to information overload for many people, often making it difficult to separate fact from fiction and rumour from deliberate efforts to mislead.
When the novel coronavirus started spreading across Asia in January, forcing the world’s largest work-from-home experiment, not many knew what to expect, least of all Bloomberg’s 400-plus journalists in the region. Six weeks later (and counting), only now are some starting to return to the office.
A virtual library housing censored articles from around the world has been created within the hugely popular video game Minecraft by press freedom group Reporters Without Borders.
A virtual library housing censored articles from around the world has been created within the hugely popular video game Minecraft by press freedom group Reporters Without Borders (RSF).
Volkswagen's expansion in electric cars will open up new business opportunities in storing and managing energy, encroaching on business currently dominated by utilities and energy firms.
White House officials discussed combating online misinformation about the coronavirus and other measures during a teleconference on March 11 with tech companies including Alphabet Inc’s Google, Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc.
Dan Houser has spent nearly a year on what his company, Rockstar Games, describes as an “extended break”. It’s apparently the longest period Houser has been away since starting the video game label with his brother in 1998 and co-creating two of the industry’s most valuable – and controversial – franchises, Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption.
Facebook and other tech companies need to be regulated like the tobacco industry, warned Christopher Wylie, the whistleblower who exposed the Cambridge Analytica scandal.