Google’s plan to expand into China has drawn criticism from a former executive, who says the tech giant is not doing enough to implement a coherent human rights policy.
British supermarket chain Morrisons has appealed its case to the Supreme Court to try and overturn a ruling that found the supermarket giant vicariously liable for a data breach, after an aggrieved employee released staff’s personal data online and to newspapers.
Facebook and YouTube have recently affirmed that they will not change how they police political content on their platforms. In fact, both organisations have hinted at relaxing censorship by raising the threshold on what politicians can say before they will be found in violation of user codes.
In September 2019, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled the tech giant’s plans to develop its own draft legislation to regulate facial recognition technology. Amazon hopes to pitch this to lawmakers and for them to adopt its as many of its suggestions as possible.