China is moving closer to enforcing a new law that would crack down on the invasive practices of the country’s most powerful tech giants, as the draft of the Personal Information Protection Law has been submitted on Monday.
ByteDance has agreed to pay US$92 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over data privacy claims from some US TikTok users, following a year of litigation.
Enterprise services were the center of attention last week.
In truth, even though Zoom’s current security debacle is unsettling to some degree, its outcomes are mostly positive.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) announced that he will introduce legislation to ban TikTok from the devices of federal employees, to ensure government institutions’ data privacy.
The internet chart-busters initiated not only a deluge of jubilant social media posts, but also a serious debate about the future of privacy, security and truth at a time when data sells better than oil.
The greatest challenge with the rise of digital publishing and large-scale digital media publishers like Facebook, Google, and in China, WeChat and Sina Weibo, is redefining who owns what.