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US lawmakers used a mobile phone app over the last two weeks to remotely cast votes for the first time, according to technologists and some involved in the process, embracing technology to facilitate an internal party leadership contest.
China unveiled draft guidelines on Dec 2 seeking to limit the scope of mobile apps’ collection of personal data in the latest attempt to curb the sprawling technology sector.
Standing in queues and waiting is part of everyday life in Cuba, now more than ever. But as more and more people gain access to the Internet, they are increasingly trying to get hold of goods and find bargains online, supplementing the island nation’s planned economy.
SHANGHAI, Oct 26 (Reuters): China's top cyber authority said on Monday it would carry out a "rectification" of Chinese mobile internet browsers to address what it called social concerns over the "chaos" of information being published online.
China's top cyber authority said on Oct 26 that it would carry out a "rectification" of Chinese mobile Internet browsers to address what it called social concerns over the "chaos" of information being published online.
KYIV/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Exiled opposition figure Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya on Sunday called on Belarusians to begin a nationwide strike after police forces loyal to veteran President Alexander Lukashenko fired stun grenades to disperse mass protests.
In Cuba, the search for basic goods such as nails or toilet paper can mean queueing for several hours at a store. To avoid the wait, many Cubans are joining WhatsApp and Telegram chat groups that alert them where they can find products or find someone looking to barter goods.
Internet freedom monitors have their eyes trained on Guinea ahead of its tension-filled election on Oct 18, fearing that the government will restrict access to social media to weaken the opposition.
SEOUL (AFP): South Korea has launched an antitrust probe into Google over its plan to enforce its 30-per cent Play Store commission by disallowing any apps circumventing its payment system, a top official said Thursday (Oct 8).
South Korea has launched an antitrust investigation into Google over its plans to enforce commission fees for in-app purchases made through its mobile application store, Yonhap News Agency reported a top official as saying on Oct 8.