Facebook is tackling anti-protestor propaganda from the Chinese government.
Nintendo is defending its IP vigorously even if it tarnishes its brand.
In its “Welcome to iCloud” legal agreement, Apple suggests that only Apple will be taking care of the data.
Only half a dozen out of the 50 most popular Kashmiri newspapers are still publishing.
Companies are finding new ways to defend their businesses from online reviews, in this case, the ways are based on legal clauses written by skilled lawyers.
Section 215 of the Patriot Act is going to expire at the end of this year. Wyden underlined the importance of civic participation, by contacting their senators through mails and calls to ask them not to renew section 215.
Efforts to make fact-checking prolific in the run up to the 2020 elections are in full force.
Users paid a flat free for unlimited movies so the fewer movies each user saw, the better for the company.
Companies are giving data requesters to those other than the indented recipient.
It turns out that when switching to a paywall instead of ads, companies are still tracking you constantly anyway.