Peter Thiel, an entrepreneur and investor best known as the co-founder of PayPal, has pledged to be a Republican delegate for Trump in the upcoming California primary.
For all its improvements over traditional taxis, Uber’s safety features have been far from perfect.
The new regulations, if taken to the extreme, would require that even harmless websites—your mom’s favorite recipes site, for example—be blocked.
If Apple obeys the FBI’s order, it would set a dangerous precedent for the future, briefs claim.
Where was Zuckerberg’s statement when China blocked Instagram, another property owned by Facebook?
It’s easy to point to the joint venture as evidence of yet another U.S. tech firm cozying up to Beijing to access the massive market.
The company implemented this system because attacks from state-affiliated organizations “tend to be more advanced and dangerous than others."
Chinese users who download some of the nation’s most popular apps could find their personal information extracted by hackers, security experts say.
For the Chinese government, things like smartphone apps are a serious threat to the state.
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