Japan tells Facebook to improve data protection

The Japanese government is set to tell Facebook to better protect its users’ personal data after a leak involving British firm Cambridge Analytica that affected 87 million users globally, Kyodo News reported on Monday. The government, which jointly investigated the...

B’desh scientists come up with foot-and-mouth livestock vaccine

Bangladeshi scientists have recently developed a new vaccine for livestock...

Google latest to withdraw from Saudi confce

Alphabet’s Google has become the latest company to drop out...

Facebook to ban misinformation on voting in upcoming US elections

Facebook Inc will ban false information about voting requirements and...

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at 65

Paul Allen, who co-founded Microsoft, has died aged 65 from...

Jack Ma to open tech institute in Indonesia

Jack Ma, executive chairman of China’s Alibaba Group Holding, said...

29m Facebook users victims of data breach, says company

Cyber attackers stole data from 29 million Facebook accounts using...

Rice 'safely conserved' in gene bank

Scientists say that more than 100 thousand varieties of rice...