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Sheryl Sandberg says Facebook must earn back trust

Last year, the company was buffeted by revelations that UK consultancy Cambridge Analytica had improperly acquired data on millions of its U.S. users to target election advertising.

Written by Reuters24 Jan. 19 07:23

Chinese scientist who gene-edited babies fired by university

"The report will hopefully set an example with appropriate legal and punitive actions to reassure the public and scientific community," said Yalda Jamshidi, a genomics expert at Britain's University of London.

Written by Reuters22 Jan. 19 06:28

France fines Google US$57M for European privacy rule breach

'The amount decided, and the publicity of the fine, are justified by the severity of the infringements observed regarding the essential principles of the GDPR: transparency, information and consent'

Written by Reuters22 Jan. 19 06:13

In 5G play, Vodafone and IBM link up cloud systems for business

The venture will focus on Vodafone's British, German and Irish markets, targeting multinationals and national enterprises operating in industries such as retail, manufacturing, utilities, agriculture or transportation.

Written by Reuters18 Jan. 19 05:10

HSBC used blockchain to settle $250B worth of trades

​HSBC has settled $250 billion worth of forex trades using blockchain in the last year, it said on Monday, suggesting the heavily hyped technology is gaining traction in a sector until now hesitant to embrace it.

Written by Reuters15 Jan. 19 09:30