University of Oregon student groups are holding an event titled “Thanks But No Thanks-giving: Decolonizing an American Holiday.”
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Chinese social media apps have struggled to win over users beyond their home turf. TikTok is changing that.
Nowadays Chinese elderly are more tech-savvy than ever before, Beijing Business Today citing a consumption report jointly released by China's e-commerce platform Suning.com and Suning Finance that said on Tuesday that the over 65-year-old group showed more strength in purchasing smartphones and Single Lens Reflex Camera than the middle-aged group ranging from 45-60 years old.
China opened its third internet court, in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, on Friday to help deal with the rising number of disputes and problems caused by society's ever-growing reliance on cyberspace.
The UK government is considering "all options", including a regulator, as part of new legislation governing the internet.
European rules that allow individuals the "right to be forgotten" online could be extended worldwide.
More than 1,500 listings of live animals for sale have been found on Facebook in Thailand by a wildlife trafficking watchdog.
New York City was briefly renamed "Jewtropolis" in mapping software used by social media site Snapchat and others.
Turning virtual cash into real money without being caught is a big problem for successful cyber-criminals.