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China accuses US of suppressing its high-tech companies - 17 janvier 2019
US said to be in ‘advanced’ stages of inquiry over alleged Huawei theft of trade secrets China has accused the US of trying to suppress its high-tech companies, as US prosecutors reportedly investigate allegations that the company stole trade secrets from US businesses. Adding to pressure on the Chinese telecom (...)

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Largest collection of breached data ever seen is found - 17 janvier 2019
Store of 770m email addresses and passwords discovered after being posted to a hacking forum The largest collection of breached data ever seen has been discovered, comprising of more than 770m email addresses and passwords posted to a popular hacking forum in mid-December. The 87GB data dump was discovered by (...)

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’A sweatshop firing on all cylinders’ : what it’s like to work at Amazon at Christmas - 13 janvier 2019
Time at Amazon is measured in the amount of “peak” you work. Peak, we are told, is the time when Amazon associates shine. We are forged in peak ; we are made complete by packing and shipping the Christmas and holiday dreams of people worldwide. Records are set, and we have fun while making history. Peak refers to (...)

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The internet, but not as we know it : life online in China, Cuba, India and Russia - 13 janvier 2019
More than half of the world’s population is now online, but that does not mean we all see the same thing. From being filtered by the government to being delivered by post, the internet can vary enormously depending on where you live. Here are four illustrated (...)

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Facebook staff discussed cashing in on user data, reports say - 13 janvier 2019
Proposals to charge firms for data said to have been revealed by badly redacted court papers Facebook staff discussed charging companies for access to user data, before ultimately deciding against such a policy, according to reports. The internal discussions were revealed due to improperly redacted court (...)

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’If you enter a camp, you never come out’ : inside China’s war on Islam - 13 janvier 2019
In Hotan, documents show officials are expanding detention camps and increasing surveillance The Luopu County No 1 Vocational Skills Training Centre is hard to miss. It emerges suddenly, a huge campus towering over hectares of farmland. Outside the compound, surrounded by tall white concrete walls lined with (...)

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Amazon confirms it pays UK business rates of only £63.4m - 10 janvier 2019
Figure, in written evidence to parliamentary inquiry, is almost £40m less than Next Amazon has confirmed it pays UK business rates of only £63.4m, almost £40m less than Next, despite clocking up more than double the sales in the UK of the clothing and home retailer. In written evidence to a parliamentary inquiry, (...)

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Robotic dildo barred from top tech showcase, prompting sexism claims - 10 janvier 2019
CES organizers withdrew an award for the Osé personal massager despite spotlight on male-focused sex tech The developers of a female-focused sex toy are alleging gender bias at the International Consumer Electronics Show after organizers revoked an innovation award honoring the company and prohibited it from (...)

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Google shifted $23bn to tax haven Bermuda in 2017, filing shows - 8 janvier 2019
Firm used Dutch shell company in move known as ‘double Irish, Dutch sandwich’ that cuts its foreign tax bill Google moved €19.9bn ($22.7bn) through a Dutch shell company to Bermuda in 2017, as part of an arrangement that allows it to reduce its foreign tax bill, according to documents filed at the Dutch chamber of (...)

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’We are not robots’ : Amazon warehouse employees push to unionize - 2 janvier 2019
Workers announced launch of union push in response to working conditions as company says it does not recognize allegations As Amazon’s workforce has more than doubled over the past three years, workers at Amazon fulfillment center warehouses in the United States have started organizing and pushing toward forming a (...)

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It’s complicated - Facebook’s terrible 2018 - 24 décembre 2018
The year is coming to a close, and it’s time to reflect on what a year it was. Luckily, Facebook can wrap up all your memories – from awkward photos to events you never planned to attend – with an algorithmically generated bow. Its “Year in Review” videos, every one personalized for each of the social network’s 2.2 (...)

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Instagram : from Facebook’s ’best hope’ to Russian propaganda campaign tool - 19 décembre 2018
The app was ‘perhaps the most effective platform’ for the Russian online propaganda campaign by the Internet Research Agency This January, as Mark Zuckerberg was embarking on his quest to “fix” Facebook, one writer proposed a bold idea : make Facebook more like Instagram, “the Facebook-owned app that isn’t (...)

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Drones, DNA and data : please don’t give the gift of privacy invasion - 19 décembre 2018
When it comes to gift giving, we often anticipate the moment of surprise and delight when a loved one will open their present – and forget to think about what comes next. But some presents are more trouble than they’re worth. Just ask anyone who has been on the receiving end of an unsolicited puppy, or a sourdough (...)

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Amazon faces boycott ahead of holidays as public discontent grows - 19 décembre 2018
A growing number of customers are fed up with the company, from its working conditions at warehouses to anti-tax lobbying The holiday season is all about spending the time with your loved ones and, judging by most office mailrooms, shopping on Amazon. Last year, 76% of Americans who shopped online for Christmas (...)

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The populist social media playbook : the battle for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram - 17 décembre 2018
When he received the phone call from the leader of the far-right League party, Edoardo Della Barbara knew he had won an elaborate Facebook contest. It was February – in the midst of Italy’s general election campaign – and Della Barbara was the latest follower to like the most posts by Matteo Salvini in the shortest (...)

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Revealed : how Italy’s populists used Facebook to win power - 17 décembre 2018
Matteo Salvini and Luigi Di Maio eclipsed rivals in online election battle, data shows The domination of Facebook by Italy’s two populist political leaders, Matteo Salvini and Luigi Di Maio, is revealed in previously unseen data that shows how they exploited video and live broadcasts to bypass the mainstream media (...)

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Facebook admits bug allowed apps to see hidden photos - 15 décembre 2018
Bug let developers access pictures people had uploaded but chosen not to post A Facebook bug let app developers see photos users had uploaded but never posted, the social network has disclosed. For two weeks in September, an error in the way Facebook shares photos with third parties meant that apps could see not (...)

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Revealed : Google’s ’two-tier’ workforce training document - 14 décembre 2018
Exclusive : internal document shows how Google employees are trained to treat temps, vendors and contractors Google staff are instructed not to reward certain workers with perks like T-shirts, invite them to all-hands meetings, or allow them to engage in professional development training, an internal training (...)

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Australia’s war on encryption : the sweeping new powers rushed into law - 11 décembre 2018
Australia has made itself a global guinea pig in testing a regime to crack encrypted communication Telecommunications providers have argued that compromising a messaging system, website or cloud storage system to get at a targeted user may put others at risk. Photograph : Alamy Stock Photo In the hit US TV (...)

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Amazon robot sets off bear repellant, putting 24 workers in hospital - 7 décembre 2018
Accident in New Jersey puts new focus on retailer’s warehouse working conditions Twenty-four employees at an Amazon warehouse in New Jersey were taken to hospital after a robot accidentally punctured a can of bear repellant. The 255g can containing concentrated capsaicin, a compound in chilli peppers, was (...)