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Europe's highest court on Sept 15 gave its backing to the European Union's net neutrality rules which require telecoms operators to treat all Internet traffic equally, dealing a blow to the telecoms industry which wants a less restrictive regime.
Apple Inc has done it again. On Aug 19, just two years after becoming the first US company to boast a trillion-dollar market valuation, it became the first to top US$2 trillion (RM8.35 trillion). Getting to the next trillion may not be such a breeze.
Marriott International Inc, the world's largest hotel operator, is facing a London class action brought by millions of former hotel guests demanding compensation after their personal data was hacked in one of the largest data breaches in history.
‘Fortnite’ maker Epic Games has launched the most significant effort yet to advance the legal theory that Apple's iPhone ecosystem has become so “sticky” that it is a distinct software market over which Apple exercises monopoly power.
A British court said on Aug 11 that a police force's use of facial recognition to hunt for suspects was unlawful, in a ruling that privacy campaigners hailed as a “major victory” in their fight against the surveillance technology.
Hackers linked to the Chinese government have infiltrated Vatican computer networks, including the Roman Catholic Church's Hong Kong-based representative.
This year is likely to be remembered for the Covid-19 pandemic and for a significant presidential election, but there is a new contender for the most spectacularly newsworthy happening of 2020: the unveiling of GPT-3.
The European Union’s justice chief played down warnings that the wheels of commerce could grind to a halt after a landmark EU court ruling this week on trans-Atlantic data transfers.
A European court will decide July 15 whether Apple must obey an EU order that the iPhone-maker reimburse Ireland €13bil (RM63.2bil) in back taxes.
Europe's top court will on July 16 rule on the legality of tools companies use to transfer Europeans' data around the world, in the latest clash between Facebook and Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems.