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This initiative continues the decades-long campaign in China against pornography and other content deemed inappropriate by the country’s censors. ByteDance-owned Douyin said it has permanently blocked 127,000 accounts this month and helped police track down perpetrators in two cases.
Google's YouTube and other online platforms are not liable when users illegally upload copyrighted works onto their platforms, but rightholders can ask for injunctions against the companies, a European Union Court of Justice adviser said.
Twitter Inc and Facebook Inc’s WhatsApp are in the firing line as Europe’s leading privacy watchdog for US tech giants edges closer to delivering its first major sanctions under the region’s tough data-protection rules.
More than a year after the billionaire chairman of Xpeng Motors labeled as “questionable” Tesla Inc’s allegations that an engineer stole Autopilot secrets before bolting to the Chinese startup, the questions from Elon Musk’s company keep coming.
The economic crisis triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic is hitting startups hard. The so-called sharing economy in particular has been hobbled by the reaction to the pandemic.
The spreading global pandemic has tested the competing interests of public health and privacy, with thousands of individuals experiencing both physical illness and the less-visible stigma that can come with it.
Boost eWallet is offering users free Prudential life insurance with special Covid-19 coverage through its app with RM1,000 payout to family upon death.
Moscow is using facial recognition technology to ensure people ordered to remain at home or at their hotels under coronavirus quarantine do so, the mayor of the Russian capital said on Feb 21.
The Mobile World Congress, Europe's largest telecom conference scheduled to take place Feb 24-27, has been cancelled after more than a dozen participating companies announced they would not be sending delegates for fear of the spread of coronavirus.
Sony Corp on Feb 10 became the fifth company to pull out of this month's international telecoms conference in Barcelona over fears related to the coronavirus.