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‘If you can’t beat them, join them.’ This is exactly what teachers are trying to do in an era where students are smitten with smartphones and social media applications such as TikTok, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
Facebook agreed to roll back a ban on news for Australian users after the government made changes to a proposed media law that had sparked the blackout last week.
The US Justice Department has charged three North Korean computer programmers in a broad range of global hacks, including a destructive attack targeting an American movie studio, and in the attempted theft and extortion of more than US$1.3bil (RM5.25bil) from banks and companies, federal prosecutors said Feb 17.
As free-flowing and unscripted as her subsequent monologue was, Ocasio-Cortez made a deliberate, canny decision in making this stunning statement on Instagram Live instead of the floor of the House or in an op-ed.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With hedge funds at the center of market drama for the second time in less than 12 months, the GameStop saga is likely to expedite a regulatory review of the ever-larger role non-bank firms play in the financial markets, regulatory experts said.
Ride-hail and delivery drivers are suing to invalidate the California ballot measure approved in November that declared them independent contractors, the latest volley in the state’s years-long struggle over whether gig workers are employees.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The U.S. unit of SoftBank-backed robotics startup CloudMinds has changed its name to distance itself from the blacklisted China-based firm, two people with knowledge of the matter said, and is selling face-scanning temperature monitors through T-Mobile US.
London-based Uber driver Abdurzak Hadi is self-employed but says he is not his own boss as his workflow is determined by an obscure computer algorithm.
US gig economy workers are much more likely to be immigrants than the rest of the population. The result is that some aren’t able to vote on the political tussles that will increasingly decide their employment status.
From drivers' rights to surveillance and election disinformation, the Nov 3 US election tested a number of digital rights issues.