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Mar 2018

Amnesty campaigns against Apple over privacy issues in China

Beijing, March 22: Amnesty International has launched a new campaign against Apple for allegedly making the data of Chinese iCloud users available to the government, the NGO announced on Thursday.On February 28, Apple handed over the operation of its iClou

Twitter's chief information security officer quits

San Francisco, March 22: As tech companies reel under mounting pressure to prevent their platforms from data breach and fake news, Twitter's Chief Information Security Officer Michael Coates has decided to quit.In a tweet on Thursday, Coates who joined Twi

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Trump plans to hit China with $60 bn in annual tariffs

Washington, March 20: Following up on his threat to punish Beijing for intellectual property theft, US President Donald Trump is preparing to hit China with a $60 billion annual tariff package.The tariff package, which Trump plans to unveil by Friday, was ...

G20 ministerial meeting opens in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, March 20: The first G20 meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors began on Monday in Buenos Aires, with the presence of 57 delegations from countries and institutions.The summit, held at the capital's Center of Exhibitions and C...

White House appoints former Microsoft executive as Deputy Chief of Staff

Washington, March 20: The White House on Monday announced that former Microsoft executive Christopher Liddell will be the Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy Coordination."Christopher Liddell has been named Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy Coordination, under...

Scientists develop new cole flower colors

Beijing, March 20: After four years of research, Jiangxi Agricultural University in China has developed cole flowers in 17 colors to help tourism in the province.In this spring season, flower tours have attracted crowds of tourists to rural areas, especial...