"We will strongly regulate, or close them down, before we can ever allow this to happen," President Donald Trump tweeted early Wednesday.
Boris Johnson has ordered civil servants to draw up plans codenamed Project Defend to end Britain’s reliance on China for vital medical supplies and other strategic imports in light of the coronavirus
Beijing plans to allow mainland state-security agencies to establish an official presence in the city, a senior Chinese official said Friday, adding to concerns about Hong Kong’s diminishing autonomy as Beijing steps up its efforts to rein in the protest-torn city.
‘Any company which avoids its responsibility to contribute to society should not be getting handouts when things go wrong,’ says Scottish Green party co-leader Patrick Harvie
Russia has joined about 100 countries in backing a resolution at the upcoming World Health Assembly (WHA), calling for an independent inquiry into the coronavirus pandemic.
Uber is reducing staff, closing more than three dozen offices and re-evaluating big bets in areas ranging from freight to self-driving technology, CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said in an email to employees.
A New Zealand woman said she was "creeped out" when a male Subway employee repeatedly contacted her after she shared COVID-19 contact tracing details with the restaurant.
Tesla sued Alameda County in federal court on Saturday over the shutdown order.
Delay cost the world 4 to 6 weeks: BND. Chinese leader Xi Jinping asked WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to suppress news about the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the German intelligence agency BND found, according to a report by German magazine Der Spiegel.
A Manhattan federal judge has ruled the Federal Communications Commission must provide two reporters access to server logs that may provide new insight into the allegations of fraud stemming from agency’s 2017 net neutrality rollback.
Online child exploitation is a horrific crime that requires an effective response, but this bill fails to meet the challenge and creates new problems of its own.
Democratising mass surveillance, one snafu at a time