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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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Pakistan raises Kashmir at UN, attacks India

United Nations, March 15: Using a two-pronged tactic in the Human Rights Council, Pakistan has raised the Kashmir issue while speaking on behalf of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and then for itself.In its reply during the debate on Wednesda...

Sri Lankan Muslims speak of tragedies back home

United Nations, March 15:  Sri Lankan Muslims and supporters protested outside the UN against the recent violence targeting their community, and for some of them it had been an intimate family tragedy.While participating in the demonstration of about 250 p...

Trump weighs temporary fix for Dreamers

Washington, March 15: US President Donald Trump is open to an agreement to find a temporary solution for undocumented youths known as "Dreamers" in exchange for funding to build a border wall, a White House official has said.White House officials were nego...

Smoking may up risk of hearing loss

Tokyo, March 14:  Smokers beware. You may be at a higher risk of suffering hearing loss, as a new study suggests that smoking affects the ability to hear both high and low-frequency sounds."These results provide strong evidence to support that smoking is a...