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LinkedIn Exiting China Citing ‘Challenging Operating Environment’
In a move that would mark the withdrawal of the last major U.S.-owned social media network in China, Microsoft announced, on Oct. 14, that it will be shutting down the local version of LinkedIn in...
Prince, a member of the hacking group Red Hacker Alliance who refused to give his real name, claims to show a website that monitors global cyberattacks on his computer at their office in Dongguan, China's southern Guangdong province. Chinese communist state hackers have been using a zero-day exploit on Microsoft Exchange Server email servers since January
Chinese Communist Hackers Using Zero Day Exploits on Microsoft Exchange Email Servers Since January
Microsoft Exchange Server email servers are being targeted with multiple “zero-day exploits” to steal email and install backdoors allowing future access by Chinese Communist Party (CCP) sponsored hacking team HAFNIUM, according to a Microsoft blog...
The UK government is considering following Australia’s lead and making Facebook pay publishers for using their news content.
The UK Plans to Make Facebook Pay For News, Like Australia
The UK government is considering following Australia’s lead and making Facebook pay publishers for using their news content. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is concerned about big tech after Facebook censored news content in Australia.  Last...
Australia wants social media platforms like Facebook and Google to pay publishers for accessing their news content.
Australia’s Proposed Law for News Payments from Social Media Gets Bipartisan Support
Australia wants social media platforms like Facebook and Google to pay publishers for accessing their news content. The government has proposed legislation on the issue, and it gained widespread support from all political parties. Introduced...
Brad Smith, President of Microsoft, speaks onstage during the 2019 Concordia Annual Summit - Day 1 at Grand Hyatt New York on September 23, 2019 in New York City
Microsoft Sees Business, Political Opportunity in Break from Big Tech on AU News Legislation
Microsoft has dissented from its big tech cohorts, Facebook and Twitter, in decrying Australia’s proposed legislation which will require social media and tech companies to pay news publishers for using their content. The Redmond software...