Uber Threatens to Leave California State

The State of California is risking losing one of their biggest contracting firms by threatening a change to legislation. Californian Judge Ethan Schulman ruled in-favour of an injunction that would force Uber & Lyft to reclassify their workforce from contractors to employees. This would prompt a considerable influx of operational costs to both Ride-Sharing Applications...

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TikTok Constructing European Data Headquarters

Headlines regarding the operations of TikTok have grown tenfold since President Donald Trump targeted their parent company, ByteDance. This invoked the announcement that Microsoft is considering purchasing the application, maintaining global coverage over TikTok’s operations for an undisclosed figure. The concept of Microsoft buying TikTok hasn’t wavered ByteDance from furthering their global presence, refusing to...

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Jeff Bezos Forced to Face Congress

The Chief Executive Officer of Amazon will experience the full assault of America’s political system over the coming days. This follows after Jeff Bezos was forced into a meeting with Congress, which is always filmed & broadcasted live to millions of Americans. He’ll be joined alongside other largescale CEOs in the tech industry, including Mark...

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Huawei 5G Infrastructure Banned from the UK.

Politicians in the United Kingdom announced that Huawei would be phased from their 5G Networks. Telecommunication providers in Great Britain, Ireland, and Scotland cannot obtain 5G equipment from Huawei starting in January 2021. Parliament prompted this decision after national security was threatened through Huawei’s equipment. Similarly, to the United States, Great Britain determined that China’s...

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Tech Conglomerates Stand with Hong Kong Users

The Chinese Communist Party has fought towards the acquisition of Hong Kong for decades. Efforts have often proven unfavourable for Chinese Leaders, that was until July 2020. The Hong Kong Government & Chinese Communist Party worked together to release a security extradition law, which imposes significant threats onto those in Hong Kong & international communities...

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Pay Your Bills with Apple Card

The Apple Company confirmed its latest service that works in correlation with their Credit Card. Consumers that’ve acquired an Apple Card can engage with this platform, which supports the capability to pay all standard bills associated with everyday living. Users can also witness their Credit Balance through this service & review recent bill statements. The...

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Google Faces Criticism from Employees

The Chief Executive Officer of Google, Sundar Pichai, has received an open letter than 1650 employed personnel in his workforce. These individuals have demanded that Google cancel contractions with Policing Units in the United States of America, with their sentiments remaking that Sundar Pichai cannot stand with the Black Lives Matter Movement if profits are...

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UK Police Taking Data from Victims of Crime

The Information Commissioner’s Office has released formal reports that indicate law enforcement in the United Kingdom has collected extensive amounts of data from smartphones. This data is obtained when policing units are completing their investigations, with victims of crime being the individuals affected by this tactic. Mobile handsets used by criminals cannot be reviewed without...

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Facebook Launches Updated News Tab

Millions of Facebook users in the United States of America are obtaining a revamped version of the “News Tab”. Instead of focusing on international headlines that remove focus from local municipalities, the newest iteration of Facebook’s News Tab will implement a Sections Feature. The primary section supports local headlines that’ll generate more interest in civilians...

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