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The report also found that WeChat censored more keywords as the outbreak grew.
Rizwan Wadan says social media algorithms stop him promoting films designed to deter extremism.
The firm had hoped to revolutionise payments with a single digital currency.
A BBC data request reveals what data is being stored by the Amazon-owned business about its users.
A bug in digital certificates means millions need to be revoked, leaving well-known websites insecure.
Tests will be used to find out whether serious offenders should be returned to jail, under a new law.
Robots, drones and artificial intelligence are being used by China to fight the disease.
The two Chinese nationals are allegedly linked to members of North Korean hacking group Lazarus.
Both games received 11 nominations - more than any other game in Bafta's history.
The remote-control robot is helping children at a Newcastle hospice.
The firm has made it mandatory for staff in Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea to work from home.
The UK-led bid to break the world land speed record is under threat again - it needs to find £8m.
Your internet-connected baby monitor or security camera could be being watched, officials warn.
After a long wait, the highly-anticipated sequel is about to launch - and could be VR's killer app.
Self-driving cars, robot surgeons: artificial intelligence promises a lot, but what has it delivered?
Apple agrees a payout over allegations it deliberately slowed down older iPhones.
Thomas Hanlon had denied causing the death of Sakine Cihan while riding a modified e-bike in 2018.
The supermarket warns that some accounts may have been compromised, but no data has been stolen.
The Japanese electronics giant repurposes its high-end clean rooms for coronavirus supplies.
The unprotected database included phone numbers, email addresses, dates of birth and reasons for travel.