The co-founder of UltraViolet, an American national gender justice advocacy organisation, has called on Meta chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg to step down following reports that she had heavied a newspaper to drop a report about her boyfriend.
An op-ed in The Australian, which accuses journalists at the ABC and Guardian Australia of failing to provide balanced coverage of climate issues, conveniently avoids citing the full results of a study into electric vehicles, apparently to suit its own arguments.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates appears to have had a history of inappropriate behaviour towards female employees, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Online retail giant Amazon has been accused of misleading the government's Committee on the Judiciary about its business practices, in the wake of a Reuters report that the company was copying Indian products and manipulating search results to favour its own products over private Indian brands.
The US state of California has sued networking giant Cisco claiming that one of its Indian employees, who belongs to the lowest caste on the Indian caste system, faced discrimination from his superiors, both Indian and from a higher caste.
China may exact revenge if European countries follow the UK's lead in dumping Huawei 5G gear, with the Middle Kingdom indicating that it may hit back at the Chinese operations of Nokia and Ericsson.
Google appears to be reluctant to offer comments from its Australia managing director Mel Silva to any other publication after she went on the record with The Australian to clarify that the news initiative announced by the company on Thursday would not be about offering cash to Australian publishers for the use of news snippets in search results.
Mass iPhone production in China, which normally occurs just before Apple announces its line-up of devices to be released in September, will be delayed by about a month, The Wall Street Journal reports, citing people familiar with the company's plans.
The United States appears to be moving ahead with new proposals to tighten the conditions for American semiconductor companies to do business with Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies, with cabinet officials agreeing at a meeting on Wednesday to tighten things up.
American multinational technology company Apple may be forced to put off the launch of a 5G version of its iconic iPhone by months due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Nikkei Asian Review has reported.
Retail giant Amazon has been allegedly doing what the European Union fined search behemoth Google for – giving prominence to shopping listings that are more profitable for the company.
A new paid subscription news service will be announced by Apple on Monday, with The Wall Street Journal as a partner, despite the Cupertino company taking 50% of the subscription revenue as its share. A subscription is expected to cost US$10 per month.
Media outlets which throw their lot in with Apple's mobile news app will see plenty of traffic but little in terms of revenue as a result, a report claims.
Apple appears to be looking to start its own news service, using as the base a magazine app known as Texture which the company purchased in March.
Last year, the three big mainstream US newspapers ran articles that more or less spelt the death knell for Kaspersky Lab's deals with the American public sector. The new year has hardly begun, but The Wall Street Journal has been quick off the mark to recycle old claims against the Russian security firm, apparently relying on the old adage that if mud is thrown, then some will stick.
Under pressure after a series of articles in the US press made various claims about its links to Russian state authorities this week, security firm Kaspersky Lab appears to be reluctant to dismiss the allegations out of hand.
Kaspersky Lab chief Eugene Kaspersky has labelled the latest published claim, about his company's software being a means of exfiltrating NSA material from the computer of an agency employee, as "the script of a C[grade] movie".
In what appears to be a bid to mollify publishers in the wake of criticism of its search policies, Google will end its "first click free" policy for articles from sites that have subscriptions that show up in its search results.
Security firm UpGuard has disclosed that nearly four million accounts of users of financial publishing company Dow Jones were exposed in a cloud-based file repository which had been configured to allow semi-public access.
A number of news organisations in the US will make a bid to band together and negotiate collectively with Google and Facebook, provided they can get an anti-trust exemption from Congress to do so.
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