Business

Judge approves FTX choice of law firm as bankruptcy counsel

The judge presiding over the bankruptcy of cryptocurrency exchange FTX has approved the company's choice of a law firm representing it in the bankruptcy, despite concerns about potential conflicts of interest.

Business

Uber resumes services in Tanzania

Ride-hailing giant Uber has resumed its services in Tanzania, it said on Wednesday, settling a fare dispute with the government.

Internet

China moves to regulate deepfake technology

New rules went into effect in China on Tuesday to regulate the use of deepfakes, the increasingly realistic digital video manipulations that have sparked disinformation fears around the globe.

Business

Jack Ma to cede control of China's Ant Group

Jack Ma will cede control of Chinese fintech giant Ant Group, the company announced Saturday, following a Communist Party crackdown on the nation's tech sector that targeted the charismatic billionaire.

Internet

Twitter leak exposes 235 million email addresses from hack

Personal emails linked to 235 million Twitter accounts hacked some time ago have been exposed according to Israeli security researcher Alon Gal—making millions vulnerable to having their accounts compromised or identities ...

Business

Europe's battle to rein in Big Tech

The European Union is on a mission to get US tech giants to stop avoiding tax, stifling competition, profiting from news content without paying and serving as platforms for disinformation and hate.

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