The UK government has announced its proposed internet regulation, the Online Harms Bill which could impose a fine £18 million or ten per cent of annual global turnover for media firms who fail to remove harmful content on their platforms.
US tech giant Apple announced on Monday afternoon it had begun the rollout of new labels about the privacy practices of apps for users to see before they are downloaded from the App Store.
Hackers have stolen Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine documents from the European Medicines Agency.
Facebook Messenger and Instagram users all over the globe have reported experiencing outages.
Australia will be introducing a bill to parliament on Wednesday, which will charge Google and Facebook for news content.
China’s Cyberspace Administration had removed 105 applications that they have deemed to be “illegal”, such as Tripadvisor, a US travel giant.
A Chinese court found phone manufacturer Gionee guilty of installing Trojan horse malware in over 20 million phones from December 2018 to October 2019.
Hackers are using a phishing e-mail campaign to target the international delivery of COVID-19 vaccine “cold chain,” the International Business Machine (IBM) warned on Dec. 3.