Social network platform Reddit announced on Sunday that it would buy short-video platform Dubsmash, becoming the latest firm to expand in a space dominated by Chinese giant TikTok.
Internet users have reported experiencing problems using Google and Microsoft services on Monday, December 14, 2020.
Facebook Messenger and Instagram users all over the globe have reported experiencing outages.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and a coalition of 48 attorneys general filed separate lawsuits against Facebook on Dec. 9 to break up the “monopoly power” of the social media conglomerate.
Pornhub has announced new “trust and safety” measures after facing criticism over hosting abusive and illegal content.
The Federal Communications Commission awarded Elon Musk’s SpaceX with almost $900 million worth of federal subsidies to support rural broadband customers through the company’s Starlink satellite internet network on Tuesday.
China’s Cyberspace Administration had removed 105 applications that they have deemed to be “illegal”, such as Tripadvisor, a US travel giant.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and FBI reported that there were persistent continued cyber intrusions by advanced persistent threat (APT) actors targeting US think tanks.
Facebook and Google have assisted the Vietnamese government in censoring criticism and suppressing disagreements.
Twitter has suspended a Thai royalist account linked to an influence campaign of the palace.