Frances Haugen, a 37-year-old data scientist from Iowa, who has worked for companies including Google and Pinterest - says in an interview that Facebook was "substantially worse" than anything she had seen before.
Hong Kong's Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau in May proposed amendments to the city's data-protection laws that it said were needed to combat doxing – an act of revealing people's personal information without their permission.
Microsoft says its board began an investigation after it received a concern in the later half of 2019 that Gates "had sought to initiate an intimate relationship with a company employee."
A problem with the Boeing 737-500's autothrottle system was reported after a flight a few days earlier, says National Transportation Safety Committee investigator Nurcayho Utomo.
Beijing has accused John Ratcliffe of slander after the US intelligence head said China posed the "greatest threat to America and freedom worldwide since World War II."
Google said in a statement that the lawsuit is deeply flawed, adding customers choose the company intentionally.
Controversial French Jewish intellectual Bernard-Henri Levy's trip to government-run Misrata city triggers uproar amid calls for investigation.
Human rights activists accuse Greece of using the coronavirus pandemic as cover for abusing asylum seekers, says Wall Street Journal.
The move escalates a tit-for-tat between China and the United States over resident foreign media that saw Washington this month slash the number of Chinese nationals permitted to work at the US offices of major Chinese state-owned media outlets.
Chao Deng will not be expelled for the time being but will not be permitted to work while she remains in China, foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told a press briefing.
The foreign ministry said the Wall Street Journal failed to apologise for calling China the "real sick man of Asia" in a column Beijing described as racist and critical about its efforts to combat the novel coronavirus epidemic.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was in close communication with his adviser "who oversaw the team that killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi".
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