Hua Mak data centre sets new Thai standard with 2 global awards

A Thai data centre operator has become the first in the country to be awarded two international certifications for its d...

FCC strike against Huawei reflects broader split between China and the West

The United States's move to label Huawei as a national security threat and block it from billions of dollars in subsidie...

Facebook confronts civil rights complaints it put off for years

For years, Facebook Inc. brushed off complaints from civil rights groups that it didn't do enough to combat racism, disc...

Facebook is working to persuade advertisers to abandon their boycott. So far, they aren't impressed.

Facebook has spent the past few days in round-the-clock conversations with advertisers, trying to persuade them to come...

California begins enforcing digital privacy law, despite calls for delay

"For sure we will start enforcing on July 1," Becerra said in an interview. The law went into effect Jan. 1 after a win...

Japan government to support development of post-5G tech

The government has decided to provide financial support for domestic manufacturers to develop technologies for the post-...

New York Times stops providing stories to Apple News

The New York Times is removing its content from Apple News, dealing a blow to the iPhone maker's news aggregation servic...

India's app ban threatens China's rise as a global tech power

China over the past decade built an alternate online reality where Google and Facebook barely exist. Now its own largest...

Biden campaign assails Facebook for 'haggling' with Trump over his online posts

Joe Biden's presidential campaign demanded in a letter to Facebook that the company prevent misuse of its platform by Pr...

Facebook removes hundreds of boogaloo accounts for 'promoting violence' in coordinated takedown

Facebook on Tuesday removed hundreds of accounts and groups associated with a network of the far-right "boogaloo" moveme...