A new GPS-enabled fingerprint scanner will assist the UK’s Home Office to keep a tab on those facing deportation, much to the dismay of privacy campaigners.
The announcement from the tech giant comes a week after the US Supreme Court made the tectonic decision to strip American women of constitutional rights to abortion.
Search giant is now taking demands to remove home addresses, phone numbers and email accounts of users.
EU lawmakers voted for measures that would expand anti-money laundering requirements and call for crypto firms to reveal the personal information of their customers.
Nigeria’s CBDC pilot is now the second largest behind China’s digital yuan, and aims to digitise payments and increase financial inclusion in Africa's most populous country.
Some overseas signatories in particular are worried about the impact of the changes in nations with different legal systems, including some already hosting heated fights over encryption and privacy.
Outlined below is an examination of how central bank digital currencies could resemble and differ from cryptocurrencies and "stablecoin" projects like Facebook-backed Diem.
The pandemic has opened the door to greater adoption of dynamic digital ID systems. Governments must now find a way to deliver on its transformational potential.
In a quick turn-around, WhatsApp claims that user concerns are based on misinformation while failing to address its past history of sharing data with Facebook
Journalists were told that WhatsApp groups of President Erdogan's media office and defence ministry will be moved to local messaging app BiP after January 11 and the new group will serve as the main channel for public announcements.
Wednesday’s lawsuits in the US against Facebook’s market power are the latest escalation in the battle between regulators and tech giants that could reshape the social media industry.
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