Business

TikTok going big on US e-commerce? Job listings offer clues

TikTok appears to be deepening its foray into e-commerce with plans to operate its own U.S. warehouses, the kind of packing and shipping facilities more associated with Amazon or Walmart than the social media platform best ...

Internet

Singapore proposes new law to tackle harmful online content

Social media sites could be blocked or fined in Singapore if they fail to stop users in the tightly-controlled country from accessing "harmful" content under a proposed law introduced in parliament on Monday.

Computer Sciences

Processing social media with fuzzy logic

Fuzzy logic processing has been used to carry out an analysis of performance in social media networking. Details can be found in the International Journal of Fuzzy Computation and Modelling.

Internet

Lessons from France on the regulation of internet pornography

A new study by City's honorary senior research fellow, Professor Neil Thurman, shows displacement effects, circumvention, and legislative scope may limit the efficacy of French attempts to prevent those under 18 accessing ...

Internet

Meta targets 'cyber mercenaries' using Facebook to spy

Facebook parent Meta on Thursday banned a series of "cyber mercenary" groups, and began alerting some 50,000 people likely targeted by the firms accused of spying on activists, dissidents and journalists worldwide.

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