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Twitter will remove images tweeted without consent

Images or videos of private individuals posted without consent could be removed for violating rules.

UK competition watchdog orders Meta to sell Giphy

The CMA rules Facebook's purchase of the vast Gif database unfair to competing social-media platforms.

Jack Dorsey: What's next for Twitter's co-founder?

The last time the tech visionary left Twitter, he set up another company now worth $100bn.

E-scooters in London: Met Police warn retailers not to exploit customers at Christmas

Thousands of e-scooters ridden illegally have been seized by police in London so far this year.

Parag Agrawal: India celebrates new Twitter CEO

Parag Agrawal's appointment has made headlines in India where Twitter has over 30 million users.

MI6 must adapt to new technology to survive, says spy chief

Richard Moore says the secret service must partner with the private sector to find new technologies.

Amazon: Union election to be rerun after claims of foul play

Amazon workers in the US state will get a second chance to unionise in a major blow to the online giant.

Facial recognition firm faces possible £17m privacy fine

Clearview AI allegedly breached privacy rules and must now delete relevant photos from its records.

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey steps down as chief executive

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey steps down from leading the company, saying he's "ready to move on".

China surveillance of journalists to use 'traffic-light' system

Documents detail how one province is making a facial-recognition system to spot "people of concern".

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