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Macau and China’s southern Guangdong province have a mutually recognised health code system powered by blockchain. This allows both sides to validate the health status of travellers without directly exchanging personal data, hence complying with local privacy laws.
US antitrust officials are nearing a final decision on bringing a lawsuit against Facebook Inc that accuses the social-media giant of using its dominance to harm competition, according to a person familiar with the matter.
South Korea’s antitrust chief said on Oct 22 the agency believes US search engine giant Google has undermined competition, adding that the agency plans to present a case to its review committee this year.
For months, Bui Van Thuan, a chemistry teacher turned crusading blogger in Vietnam, published one scathing Facebook post after another on a land dispute between villagers and the communist government.
The US monopoly case against Alphabet Inc’s Google is likely to trigger an onslaught of private antitrust lawsuits riding on the allegations in the government’s complaint.
Tesla Inc chief executive Elon Musk on Tuesday evening tweeted that the electric car maker will be rolling out a new version of its Full Self Driving software, the latest attempt by the California-based company to tout autonomous driving.
Microsoft Corp, which in June announced a plan to double the number of Black managers and leaders at the company, released new annual diversity data today that show the company still struggling to meaningfully increase Black and Latino representation in its workforce.
Google barely took a scratch from three European Union antitrust probes that lasted nearly a decade and cost it more than €9bil (RM44.21bil). Regulators are still struggling with how to tackle anti-competitive behaviour, a lesson the US needs to learn.
Technology giants such as Amazon.com Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google spent millions on lobbying in the third quarter of 2020 as they braced for an eruption of antitrust scrutiny in Washington that saw top executives summoned to testify before Congress.
In Thailand’s democracy, emoticons and retweets are becoming the new ballots.