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Posing as government officials, swindlers tell their intended victims there are ‘anomalies’ with their health, before trying to get them to divulge bank details. The HK police force has issued a scam alert.
The coronavirus outbreak has enabled authorities from China to Russia to increase surveillance and clamp down on free speech, with the risk that these measures will persist even after the situation eases, digital rights experts said.
When British police used facial recognition cameras to monitor crowds arriving for a football match in Wales, some fans protested by covering their faces. In a sign of the technology’s divisiveness, even the head of a neighboring police force said he opposed it.
Bay Area rapper Saweetie didn't intend for My Type to come out as a single. But when a clip of the bouncy anthem about desirable (and slightly vulgar) attributes in a partner started to take off on TikTok as part of a social media challenge, it became clear the song would be her defining hit.
Beyond Hong Kong's tear gas-drenched streets and shattered universities, another battle has been raging over the city's depiction online on the crowd-sourced Internet encyclopaedia, Wikipedia.
Behind the Great Firewall, the Chinese version of TikTok is worlds apart in terms of political content
Short video app TikTok could loom large in the US 2020 election, with hashtags related to presidential candidates trending on the platform. On Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, political content from users is virtually non-existent while government agencies upload thousands of videos.
Murder disguised as suicide. A secret massacre at a subway station. Impending 'terrorist' attacks: false news online is amplifying fear and confusion in Hong Kong as months of pro-democracy unrest turns increasingly violent in the real world.
Soon after Alex Chow fell off the edge of a parking garage in Hong Kong, the allegations began spreading online.
As India prepares to install a nationwide facial recognition system in an effort to catch criminals and find missing children, human rights and technology experts on Nov 7 warned of the risks to privacy and from increased surveillance.
Shenzhen joins a number of mainland cities using face scans at subway entrances.