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Coronavirus: YouTube tightens rules after David Icke 5G interview
Posted on Tuesday 07 April, 2020

Videos will now be deleted if they falsely link coronavirus to 5G mobile networks.

Zoom banned by Taiwan's government over China security fears
Posted on Tuesday 07 April, 2020

Order follows revelations that some Zoom traffic was "mistakenly" routed through China.

Apps to help you stay social during lockdown
Posted on Tuesday 07 April, 2020

BBC Click's Chris Fox looks at how you can use technology to keep a social life while stuck at home.

Coronavirus: Offline sex workers forced to start again online
Posted on Tuesday 07 April, 2020

Increased competition and privacy risks are some of the challenges facing workers making the switch.

Pixel 4: Google addresses Face Unlock problem five months later
Posted on Tuesday 07 April, 2020

A security concern with the Pixel 4 Face Unlock feature is patched, five months after launch.

Short-form streaming app Quibi launches to rival Netflix
Posted on Tuesday 07 April, 2020

BBC's technology reporter tests if Quibi's platform with 10-minute or shorter videos could get viewers hooked.

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Domain name registrar suspends 600 suspicious coronavirus websites
Posted on Tuesday April 07, 2020

Web domain name registrars are stepping up their efforts to tackle scammers, and it starts even before their websites go live.

These hackers have been quietly targeting Linux servers for years
Posted on Tuesday April 07, 2020

Researchers at Blackberry detail a newly uncovered hacking campaign which has been operating successfully against unpatched open source servers for the best part of a decade.

WhatsApp makes it harder for you to forward some messages as it tries to slow coronavirus misinformation
Posted on Tuesday April 07, 2020

Frequently forwarded messages will now be harder to pass on as the messaging giant tries to curb COVID-19 rumours and misinformation.

Cyber criminals are trying a new trick to cash in on Zoom's popularity
Posted on Monday April 06, 2020

As remote working becomes the norm because of coronavirus, cyber attackers are taking advantage by tricking people into downloading malware.

Tech startups are switching strategies as they try to weather the coronavirus storm
Posted on Monday April 06, 2020

The global pandemic has hit all aspects of the economy, and early-stage companies might struggle to secure funds.

Open-source giant Red Hat has a new CEO
Posted on Monday April 06, 2020

Paul Cormier takes the top job as IBM hopes its big bet on open source can pay off.

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