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The Impact of Coronavirus on Japanese Video Game Maker

The Impact of Coronavirus on Japanese Video Game Maker

World-famous video game maker Nintendo Co. Ltd. has to deal with production and delivery delays for some of its products. Ongoing coronavirus outbreak affected many products, including the Switch console and related peripherals. Moreover, it is not only about the flagship Switch. In addition to Switch, the Joy-Con that goes with it as well as …

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YouTube and Politically Misleading Videos

YouTube and Politically Misleading Videos

Video-sharing platform YouTube plans to target politically misleading videos, according to Leslie Miller, vice president of government affairs and public policy. The platform will remove politically misleading videos. Such videos are technically manipulated or edited to mislead YouTube subscribers, and such videos may pose a serious risk. The video-sharing platform is trying to play its …

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Bank of Japan and Cyber Security Ahead of the Olympics

The central bank of Japan made an important statement on Friday. According to the Bank of Japan country’s financial institutions should prevent cyber-attacks. Moreover, they should deal with these problems until 2020 Tokyo opens in July.   Topics connected with cybersecurity remains one of the main priorities for the financial institutions around the world. In …

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Tech Giants are Ready to Endorse Regulations

Tech Giants are Ready to Endorse Regulations

Tech giants such Microsoft, Facebook, Alphabet, Apple and others have their fare share of backlash connected with privacy and other issues. For example, Alphabet faces antitrust cases for anticompetitive conduct. The biggest tech companies would rather restrict their services than to deal with various legal challenges. Last week, several tech executives attended the World Economic …

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U.S. Department of Commerce and Huawei

U.S. Department of Commerce and Huawei

U.S. Department of Commerce changed its stance regarding the Chinese tech giant Huawei. Commerce Department decided to withdraw its proposed rules that would further restrain U.S. companies from selling chips and other parts to Huawei. The Pentagon, as well as the Treasury Department, advocated for this decision. U.S. companies did not want to lose access …

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