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At least 100 activists, journalists and government dissidents across 10 countries were targeted with spyware produced by an Israeli company called Candiru, according to cybersecurity researchers at the University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab, which tracks illegal hacking and surveillance.
There are now 1,662 cities in the world that have 5G coverage, according to a report released at Mobile World Congress. China and the United States together account for nearly 40% of these cities.
Google announced on June 16 a series of new features to be added to its Android phone system, most notably end-to-end encryption for messaging.
Giyas Umarov wasn’t happy when his mom put a screen time limit on his iPhone from her device a few years ago, but he figured out a work around.
In Jordan, Sandvine Inc’s equipment was used to censor an LGBTQ website. Egypt’s government relied on Sandvine equipment to block access to independent news sites. In Azerbaijan, it was deployed for a social media blackout, current and former employees say.
He mixed extreme paranoia about secret state surveillance with far-right conspiracy tropes, misogyny and racist vitriol.
A unit of Ericsson AB pleaded guilty to foreign bribery and the parent company agreed to pay more than US$1bil (RM4.17bil) to resolve a long-running US corruption investigation.
Facebook is expanding its response to people using the platform improperly and on April 3 said it had deleted hundreds of Russian accounts and pages associated with a "troll factory" indicted by US prosecutors for fake activist and political posts in the 2016 US election campaign.
About 1,000 Russians braved pouring rain in Moscow on Aug 26 to demonstrate against the government’s moves to tighten controls on Internet use, with police arresting about a dozen protesters.