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Twitter user Mariam Gómez claims to be “faithful to the homeland and the Cuban Revolution” on her account @mpgcibermambisa. But her profile picture, a woman showing her bare back, comes not from a real person but from an article about how gradual tanning is back.
The World Video Game Hall of Fame inducted Bejeweled, Centipede, King’s Quest and Minecraft in a virtual ceremony June 18 that recognised their influence on the industry and the gamers who have spent tens of billions of hours playing them.
German logistics group Deutsche Post AG said its dependence on Amazon is falling as the coronavirus crisis prompts a big rise in parcel shipments by other customers which it expects to continue in the second half of 2020.
Germany's smartphone app to help trace coronavirus infections has been downloaded 6.5 million times in the first 24 hours since its launch.
Broadcasters, publishers and journalists called on the European Commission on June 15 to implement "much stronger measures" to combat disinformation on Internet platforms such as Google and Facebook.
Authorities are investigating interference with police radio communications, websites and networks used by law enforcement and other officials during recent US protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
US authorities are investigating a vast hacking-for-hire operation that involves attempts to pilfer confidential communications from investigative journalists, short sellers and advocacy groups fighting climate change, according to law enforcement officials, court documents and cybersecurity officials who have tracked the scheme for years.
Thousands of Muscovites say they have been wrongfully fined by the Social Monitoring app.
The Internet was abuzz late Saturday night with speculation that Anonymous – the decentralised hacker collective – had successfully disabled the Minneapolis Police Department website, in retaliation for the murder of George Floyd.
In addition to disputing misleading claims made by US President Donald Trump about mail-in ballots this week, Twitter has added fact-checking labels to thousands of other tweets since introducing the alerts earlier this month, mostly on posts about the coronavirus.