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Twitter makes global changes to comply with privacy laws

Social media companies including Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google have come under scrutiny on data privacy issues, fueled by Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal in which personal data were harvested from millions of users without their consent.

Written by Reuters03 Dec. 19 06:04

Amid privacy backlash, China's DJI unveils drone-to-phone tracking

The push for remote identification technology comes amid regulatory calls for greater oversight of drone flight, on fears that untraceable, unmanned aircraft could be used for spying or accidentally disrupt commercial flights.

Written by Reuters14 Nov. 19 09:42

Hackers hit UK Labour Party with back-to-back cyberattacks

Britain goes to the polls on Dec. 12 in an election called by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to try to break the Brexit deadlock in parliament more than three years since the country voted to leave the European Union.

Written by Reuters13 Nov. 19 05:48