Silicon Valley at last conceded this year that things in India and other developing markets were far from rosy.
India Wants Tech Platforms To Break Encryption And Remove Content The Government Thinks Is "Unlawful"
It is not clear whether India will now choose to be a leader in privacy or mass surveillance, sources told BuzzFeed News.
India's Government Denies Telling Federal Agencies They Can Snoop On Every Computer, Despite An Order That Seemingly Says They Can
“Welcome to 1984.”
The social network also allowed Microsoft’s search engine Bing to see the names of nearly all users’ friends without their consent, according to a report.
Some of these things may change your life.
Apple Music comes to Echo next month. “This is beyond dope!!!!”
The move comes after years of sustained pressure from an internet-safety group that says public Wi-Fi networks “are attracting pedophiles and sex offenders."
The instant messaging app has been under fire in India for its role in spreading misinformation that killed at least 29 people this year.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and policy boss Vijaya Gadde seemed completely unprepared to deal with caste issues, according to sources.
Binny Bansal has strongly denied the allegations, and Walmart said it couldn't find evidence to corroborate claims against him.
Google employees around the world coordinated a walkout to protest the company's handling of sexual misconduct in the workplace.
India’s Government Wants WhatsApp To Reveal The Locations And Phone Numbers Of People Using It For Real-World Violence
The government is pressing the instant messenger for traceability after mobs who fell for hoaxes spread through the app resulted in deadly violence.
The iPad Pro has been completely redesigned with a screen that stretches edge-to-edge, 1TB of storage, and a new Apple Pencil.
In a long-awaited update, MacBook Air will feature a new screen, Touch ID and faster innards. It starts at $1,199.
A new iPad Pro with Face ID, a long-awaited update to the MacBook Air, a new Mac Mini, and a new Apple Pencil, too.
Gab is presently inaccessible via its website, which now features a message claiming the company is “under attack.”
“A company of its size and expertise should have known better and it should have done better.”
Facebook is updating its music features, including displaying lyrics on Lip Sync Live. 🎶🎶🎶 Oh mamma mia, mamma mia 🎶🎶🎶
“We see vividly, painfully how technology can harm, rather than help,” the Apple CEO said on Wednesday.
Nick Clegg will replace Elliot Schrage, who stepped down in June following a series of privacy scandals that rocked the company.