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Researchers in the US and China reported March 30 they have developed an artificial intelligence tool that is able to accurately predict which newly infected patients with the novel coronavirus go on to develop severe lung disease.
Websites offering sexually explicit images and videos of minors all based overseas and no longer accessible, authorities say. They were said to be similar to chat rooms in South Korean scandal that required users to upload sexual abuse videos or photos to enter.
An offer by one of the world's biggest porn sites to stream its top service for free was condemned by critics as a move to exploit the coronavirus crisis and silence complaints that videos on its platform featured sex trafficking victims.
Cybersex traffickers are likely to exploit the coronavirus pandemic to target more children across South-East Asia for online sexual abuse, child rights activists said on March 26.
South Korean prosecutors on March 25 began reviewing whether to formally charge a man arrested last week on allegations he operated secretive chatrooms where he posted sexually abusive videos of blackmailed women in return for cryptocurrency payments.
Streaming service Netflix Inc and social media giant Facebook Inc said on March 24 they would reduce the amount of data their services use to ease congested telecoms networks in India.
When Namibian activist Venicia Shanjenka first saw the tweet naming and shaming a rapist in the tiny southern African country of 2.5 million, she thought it was a brave but isolated act.
YouTube has been accused of political censorship by a group of leading Hong Kong content creators who claim the streaming giant has been barring their politically charged video clips – including coronavirus-related content – from reaching advertisers.
More people could fall prey to online sex abuse and trolling as working from home becomes the norm during the coronavirus outbreak, and more video conferencing takes place, women’s rights experts warned on March 18.
Do automakers investing billions in the self-driving cars of tomorrow risk repeating the same mistake they made with electric cars a decade ago?