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Some teenagers are creating social media accounts using pseudonyms – to bash themselves or support comments posted on their “official” accounts.
LONDON (Reuters) - Ian Rogers used to be in charge of digital strategy for luxury fashion group LVMH. Now he has a new mission: to sprinkle some aspirational glitz on to French cryptocurrency company Ledger.
The surging number of Covid-19 cases is prompting American tech companies to reconsider their back to office plans, with several either pushing back the date or imposing stricter SOP.
ASMR audio and videos are taking the spotlight as people stressed by the pandemic look for new ways to unwind.
While dating apps are popular in Iran, its cyberspace police chief said that all other platforms apart from Hamdam are illegal.
(Reuters) - Noom Inc, the operator of the popular U.S. weight loss app, has hired investment bank Goldman Sachs Group Inc to lead its preparations for an initial public offering (IPO), according to people familiar with the matter.
Plenty argue about the pros and cons of screen time, and there’s not consensus among experts about just how dangerous it can be. But data shows an undeniable surge in usage, with a staggering number of families significantly increasing consumption.
It is difficult to assess the threat posed by fake news. Does it really have the power to change readers’ behaviour, as experts fear?
Last May, as Twitter was testing warning labels for false and misleading tweets, it tried out the word “disputed” with a small focus group. It didn't go over well.
Employees are an organisation's greatest asset, and they're also their biggest liability when it comes to cybersecurity because they're on the front line.