SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook has shared data with United Nations investigators probing international crimes in Myanmar after the lead investigator said the company was withholding evidence. Myanmar is facing charges of genocide at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) over a
SAN FRANCISCO: Microsoft and Zoom joined other internet firms that have stopped considering requests by Hong Kong’s government for information on users after China imposed a sweeping new security law. Microsoft and Zoom said they are halting consideration of data
SAN FRANCISCO: Google has begun auto-deleting search data and location history for new users on a rolling 18-month basis as the tech giant moves to tighten privacy settings. The move is the latest attempt to boost public trust after hefty
SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook has released its first county-by-county map of the US showing prevalence of self-reported COVID-19 symptoms, adding that such maps will soon be released for other countries globally to prevent the spread of the deadly disease. The US
SEATTLE: Google has said it will publish user’s location data around the world to allow governments to gauge the effectiveness of social distancing measures implemented to stem the COVID-19 pandemic. According to an official blog post, the reports on users’
KARACHI: The Citizen-Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) published its monthly crime statistics survey on Sunday, revealing an increase in the number of street crimes in Karachi in the month of January. The report highlights that two-wheeler bike snatching and stealing stayed
For many years, we have known that corrupt politicians and bureaucrats have plundered the nation’s wealth and stashed it in banks abroad. Now things might change as we might finally know how much of this money is held in Switzerland.