Management

Coronavirus: Facebook Staff To Work From Home Until July 2021

Facebook follows Google lead by extending right of staffers to work from home until July 2021, amid ongoing Coronavirus pandemic

3 days ago

Twitter, Facebook Delete Trump Posts About Children And Coronavirus

Social networking giants temporarily restrict the Facebook and Twitter accounts of President Trump over harmful virus claims

4 days ago

What’s Your Next Tech Job?

With the potential for mass redundancies across many businesses, what skills should you gain to land a new job? Silicon…

1 week ago

Twitter Hits Wiley With Permanent Ban For Anti-Semitic Remarks

Tweets by Grime musician prompted Twitter boycott, but Wiley also had Facebook and Instagram accounts deleted for 'repeated violations' of…

2 weeks ago

Coronavirus: Google To Allow Staff To Work From Home Until July 2021

Coronavirus consequence. Search engine giant extends work at home option for its worldwide workforce until at least July 2021

2 weeks ago

Twitter Faces Celebrity Boycott Over Anti-Semitism

Following slow response to anti-Semitic tweets from grime musician Wiley, dozens of celebrities stage 48-hour boycott of platform

2 weeks ago

Facebook Begins Labelling Trump Posts, But Doesn’t Fact-Check Them

Social networking giant begins placing labels on political posts by US President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden

3 weeks ago

Twitter Suspends Accounts Tweeting QAnon Conspiracy Content

Content and accounts associated with far right conspiracy group QAnon are being permanently suspended by Twitter this week

3 weeks ago

Huawei To Invest £10m In High Street ‘Experience Stores’

What rejection? Chinese tech giant Huawei to open three stores in London and Manchester, creating 100 jobs in the process

3 weeks ago

Microsoft Cuts Jobs, But Doesn’t Disclose Numbers

Software giant remains coy about revealing scale of job cuts across its global operations, or even which roles have been…

3 weeks ago

Top EU Court Strikes Down EU-US Privacy Shield Data Deal

Data sharing deal between the United States and Europe has been struck down by the European Court of Justice, with…

4 weeks ago

Republicans Accuse Twitter Of Anti-Conservative Bias

Two Republican Congressmen in the US write letter to CEO Jack Dorsey over 'Twitter's discrimination against conservative voices'

1 month ago

Facebook Criticised By Own Audit For ‘Setback’ Of Civil Rights

Two-year-long audit commissioned by the social network, slates Mark Zuckerberg's firm for 'serious setbacks for civil rights'

1 month ago

Facebook Boycott Organisers Disappointed With Zuckerberg Meeting

No concessions. Organisers of the advertising boycott of Facebook left disappointed after meeting CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other executives

1 month ago

Tech Firms Withhold Data Sharing With Hong Kong

Tech giants pledge pause data sharing with authorities in Hong Kong, after China imposed draconian security law for the territory

1 month ago

Mark Zuckerberg Says Advertisers Will Be Back ‘Soon Enough’

What boycott? Facebook's boss Mark Zuckerberg dismisses growing advertiser boycott of the platform over its hate speech policies

1 month ago

Coronavirus: Apple Closes More Stores In US

As Coronavirus infections rise in the United States, Apple continues to close down more of its stores across seven American…

1 month ago

Twitter Removes Trump Tweet After Copyright Complaint

Twitter continues to challenge tweets from US President Donald Trump, with takedown of tweet due to image copyright complaint

1 month ago

The State of LawTech

What is the current state of LawTech? LawtechUK, will this year, pilot a government-backed LawTech R&D programme - the Lawtech…

1 month ago

Coronavirus: Google Delays Re-opening US Offices

Google offices in the United States are to remain shut until September, as Coronavirus infections surge in certain parts of…

1 month ago

Microsoft Retail Stores To Close Permanently

No surprise? Microsoft is calling time on its 83 retail Stores globally, and will transform four flagship outlets into “experience…

1 month ago

Twitter Places Warning On Another Trump Tweet

Platform continues clampdown on certain tweets from US President Donald Trump, with new warning on his Tuesday tweet about protesters…

2 months ago

Facebook Removes Trump Ad, Cites ‘Organised Hate’ Policy

Symbol used by the Nazis to identify political prisoners used in adverts for the re-election campaign of US President Donald…

2 months ago

Are You A Kinetic Technology Leader?

Kinetic leaders envision, enable, and deliver growth and help their organizations navigate through change. The 2020 Global Technology Leadership Study…

2 months ago

US Justice Department To Propose Ending Tech Firm Protection

Trump's revenge. Officials at the US DoJ ready legislation to remove Section 230 protections from big name tech firms including…

2 months ago

SpaceX Confirms Floating Spaceport For Mars Missions

Job listing for 'offshore operations engineer' on SpaceX website, reveals Elon Musk's plan for floating spaceport for Mars missions

2 months ago

Facebook Tightens Political Advertising Rules Ahead Of US Election

Rule change for political ads to make clear who paid for it, as social networking giant seeks to tighten rules…

2 months ago

Twitter Clamps Down On 170,000 Pro-China Accounts

Tens of thousands of Twitter accounts operated on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party have been removed for spreading misinformation

2 months ago

Zoom Briefly Suspends Accounts Of Chinese Activists

Zoom meeting of US-based Chinese activist group to commemorate Tiananmen Square massacre results in brief account suspension

2 months ago

Tech Firms Pledge Child Abuse Disclosures To Blunt Anti-Encryption Drive

Strategic move? Google, Facebook, Microsoft pledge to improve and standardise annual disclosures around online child exploitation

2 months ago