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Google’s search engine, one of the most-profitable businesses in history, is about to face its biggest challenge as the US government readies an antitrust lawsuit accusing the company of crushing competition to protect and extend its monopoly.
Sberbank, Russia's dominant lender, is planning one of the biggest reinventions in its 179-year history as it seeks to join the likes of Apple and Google in the global pantheon of Big Tech.
Legislation that would allow carmakers to sell as many as 100,000 self-driving vehicles per year in the US is being reintroduced in the US House of Representatives, but one of its biggest cheerleaders is staying on the sidelines until next year.
Thailand began legal action on Sept 24 against Facebook and Twitter for ignoring requests to take down content, in its first such move against major internet firms.
HK judge: Uber’s operations ‘well within mischief’ covered by law, drivers did indeed violate permit regulations
Explaining court’s refusal to overturn convictions of 24 drivers, judge Joseph Fok argues decades-old laws governing carriage of passengers do apply to Uber’s model. Fok reasons Uber drivers still violated statute, even if they ‘have no separate agreement with the passengers being carried’.
As the Trump administration moves toward antitrust action against search giant Google, it’s campaigning to enlist support from sympathetic state attorneys general across the US.
Cyberbullying and fake social media accounts came under the spotlight in the Dewan Negara today.
A ‘Dark Side’ or DS account is where the owner of a social media account is free to display their dark side, especially sexual desires and fantasy.
Social media platforms are in the spotlight again, as they struggle to contain the spread of disturbing content on their network.
The US Commerce Department plans to issue an order on Sept 18 that will bar people in the United States from downloading Chinese-owned messaging app WeChat and video-sharing app TikTok starting on Sept 20, three officials said.