Huawei's founder said Monday that the Chinese telecom giant's revenue will be $30 billion less than forecast over the next two years, as he compared the company to a “badly damaged plane” as a result of U.S. government actions against it.
Anyone who wants to buy political ads on Facebook in the lead-up to the federal election will have to be approved by the company, but non-advertising that simply blurs lines --like a recent doctored video of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi -- may still be permitted on the social-media site.
Canada's military spies can collect and share information about Canadian citizens - including material gathered by chance - as long as it supports a legitimate investigation, says a newly disclosed federal directive.
Apple, beset by falling iPhone sales, announced upcoming changes to its phone and computer software intended to highlight its increasing emphasis on digital services and to further position it as a fierce guardian of personal privacy.
Facebook toughened its livestreaming policies Wednesday as it prepared to huddle with world leaders and other tech CEOs in Paris to find ways to keep social media from being used to spread hate, organize extremist groups and broadcast terror attacks.
Canada's federal privacy commissioner says he's taking Facebook to court to enforce privacy laws on the social-media giant, following a major leak of personal data that was later used for political purposes.
Who's minding the store? In the not-too-distant future it could be cameras and sensors that can tell almost instantly when bruised bananas need to be swapped for fresh ones and more cash registers need to open before lines get too long.