Under the new regulation, the companies that want to transfer important data abroad would have to report on how much and what type of information is involved and security measures.
In a sophisticated phishing campaign, the group TA453 masqueraded as British university scholars to covertly target individuals of intelligence interest to the Iranian government.
Australian federal court rules that Google misled Android mobile device users about personal location data collected between January 2017 and December 2018.
The pandemic has opened the door to greater adoption of dynamic digital ID systems. Governments must now find a way to deliver on its transformational potential.
Last month, the United States imposed sanctions on Turkey’s defence industry chief and others over Ankara’s acquisition of S-400 missile defence systems from Russia, a move that Turkey called a “grave mistake.”
Technology was at the forefront of driving politics in 2020. TRT World spoke with geopolitical futurist Abishur Prakash to discuss the risks technology poses for geopolitics in 2021 – and beyond.
Wednesday’s lawsuits in the US against Facebook’s market power are the latest escalation in the battle between regulators and tech giants that could reshape the social media industry.
TikTok’s Chinese owner ByteDance files petition with US court to delay deadline set by Trump administration for it to restructure ownership in the country, saying it needs more clarity on whether its proposed solutions were acceptable to Washington.
Ireland's Data Protection Commission has started an inquiry into how Facebook shifts data from the European Union to the United States.
Chinese tech is caught in between growing global suspicion of Big Tech and of Chinese government influence.
What do we know about Trump’s TikTok ban and what would a potential Microsoft deal mean?
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