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A Facebook page that seemed to be sharing local news in North Carolina is a textbook example of a disinformation campaign, BBC News has been told.
Huge rewards could ensue if governments bankroll the systematic sharing of research data, but experts warn of unintended consequences
Content moderators are being asked to sign forms stating they understand the job could cause post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to reports.
Twitter has demanded an AI company stop taking images from its website.
The European Commission has revealed it is considering a ban on the use of facial recognition in public areas for up to five years.
A list of more than 1,000 addresses of New Years Honours recipients, including those of senior police officers and politicians, has been accidentally published by the government.
Google and Apple have removed an Emirati messaging app called ToTok amid claims that it is used for state spying.
A man who built an exploding glitter bomb last Christmas which went viral online has added stronger smells and a police soundtrack to his latest version.
The ongoing wave of student protests is testing the diplomacy skills of the territory’s vice-chancellors to the limits.