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Prince Andrew quits social media
Queen Elizabeth II's second son Prince Andrew has deactivated his social media accounts, users said Wednesday, as he faces a US civil case for sexual assault.
Treasury plans crackdown on ‘misleading’ cryptocurrency ads
Move to change law would see assets subject to the same FCA rules as shares and insurance
Microsoft's New $69 Billion Deal And Its Link To "Candy Crush"
Activision, the California-based maker of "Candy Crush" has been hit by employee protests, departures, and a state lawsuit alleging it enabled toxic workplace conditions and sexual harassment against women.
Cyber Attacks Surge Amid Covid-driven Digitalisation: World Economic Forum Study
The World Economic Forum study said that each successful cyber breach cost a company USD 3.6 million (nearly ₹ 27 crore) last year
US Examining Alibaba's Cloud Unit For National Security Risks: Report
The focus of the probe is on how the company stores US clients' data, including personal information and intellectual property. The potential for Beijing to disrupt access by US users to their information stored on Alibaba cloud is also ...
Winter Olympics: Athletes advised to use burner phones in Beijing
The Beijing Winter Olympics app that all Games attendees must use contains security weaknesses that leave users exposed to data breaches, analysts say.
Mobile firms agree another 5G delay at US airports
US mobile networks AT&T and Verizon have agreed to postpone the rollout of their new 5G service at some airports.
Love Island contestants called out over social media ads
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has named six influencers it says are "consistently failing to disclose advertising" on Instagram.
NASA missions under threat because of astronaut shortage
The US space agency has been warned that the size of its astronaut corps might be too small to meet its future needs
YouTube abandons ‘Originals’
Funding to continue for Black Voices and YouTube Kids as top executive departs
First-ever felony charges filed against driver in fatal Autopilot-involved crash
Tesla driver charged with vehicular manslaughter after two killed in collision involving ‘self-driving’ car
Police used notorious spyware to snoop on citizens – media inquiry
The surveillance was allegedly done without the required court supervision or authorization
China names its most successful financial app
One-fifth of China’s population has already installed the central bank’s pilot e-CNY wallets
DeepTomCruise Tiktok Breakdown
Deepfake makers show how the Tom Cruise hoax was created
Mysterious objects streak through Oregon skies last night
Many people in Oregon were left stunned Thursday night as they spotted what looked like a large meteor breaking apart in the sky.
TikTok stars who made more money than many of America’s top CEOs
Median pay for chief executives of S&P 500 companies was $13.4 million in 2020
Apple to require employee proof of COVID-19 booster
Many companies in the U.S. have been strengthening their COVID-19 rules
You'll no longer be able to use Visa credit cards on Amazon from this week
Update : Amazon has since backtracked on the decision and now says it will continue to accept Visa credit cards after January 19.
Facebook parent Meta faces $3.1B UK class action for breach of competition law
The suit. If successful, would have Facebook paying $3.1 billion in damages to Facebook U.K. users
Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit heads above the clouds for third commercial flight
Mission comes days after company celebrated going public on the Nasdaq through a merger with NextGen Acquisition Corp. II
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