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China’s first facial-recognition lawsuit comes to an end with new ruling and new questions about the fate of individuals’ data
State media said that people can now ‘bravely say no to facial recognition’. The court did not examine whether the Hangzhou Safari Park could continue to refuse customers entry if they do not provide facial data.
Nearly 1,000 people were watching Tuesday afternoon when a school bus went through a North Salem intersection without stopping.
A group of tax scammers hacked a government-run identity verification system to fake tax invoices. The fake tax invoices from the criminal group were valued at US$76.2mil.
To build a ‘Digital China’, the country must first deal with its rampant black market for personal information
Underground trading of personal information has become a professional and industrialised value chain in China. The central government is seeking to establish a data governance regime, highlighting the responsibility of online platforms to protect user data.
New research findings say that TikTok does not display “overtly malicious behaviour” and is not a threat to US national security. Researchers find no evidence of censorship in TikTok but its sister app Douyin restricts some politically sensitive keywords.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Telegram has raised over $1 billion through bond sales to multiple investors, the messaging app's founder Pavel Durov said on Tuesday.
Tighter regulations, billions in lost overseas share value and government pledges to get even tougher – Chinese tech giants are reeling under what looks like a sustained Big Brother assault on innovation and enterprise.
In recent decades, most privacy concerns revolving around DNA have involved efforts to prevent insurance companies from denying health coverage or raising premiums for people based on their genetic information.
Police in eastern Jiangsu province have arrested employees of a company that sold schoolchildren’s personal data online. China has toughened its data privacy measures, including the implementation of a law protecting children’s personal information in 2019.
(Reuters) - Google's plan to block a popular web tracking tool called "cookies" is a source of concern for U.S. Justice Department investigators who have been asking advertising industry executives whether the move by the search giant will hobble its smaller rivals, people familiar with the situation said.