An official complaint has been filed against YouTube in the UK for collecting locations, viewing habits, and preferences of up to 5 million children, in violation of the UK Children's Code.
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The United States Marshals Services has suffered a major security breach that compromised the department's sensitive law enforcement information followed by a ransomware attack.
Tesla has confirmed that it has been required by the U.S. Department of Justice to hand over documents regarding its Auotpilot system. The company is under a criminal investigation right now.
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has kicked off an investigation into Broadcom's $61 billion acquisition of VMware. Results of Phase 1 are expected after a couple of months.
Password management company LastPass has confirmed another cybersecurity incident following the August hack. However, unlike the previous instance, customer data has been accessed this time.
The European Commission (EC) is reportedly preparing to launch an antitrust probe into complaints made against Microsoft Teams by competitor Slack. The two firms have clashed many times in the past.
Following the recent bankruptcy filing by cryptocurrency exchange FTX, there have now been investigations opened into abnormalities, with findings of assets being moved in "suspicious circumstances."
The U.S. FTC has rejected Amazon's request to forego the testifying process for Jeff Bezos and Andy Jassy. The company had previously claimed this order to be needlessly burdensome on the executives.
Following subpoenas issued by the FTC during the ongoing probe of Amazon, the company has accused the regulator of making unjust demands to harass its top executives, including ex-CEO Jeff Bezos.
A UK regulator has begun its investigation of Microsoft's $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard to determine its potential impacts. The deal is already being probed in the U.S. too.
The FTC is looking into Microsoft's acquisition of Activision from a competitive standpoint. As things stand, Microsoft plans to close the deal by 2023 but this could change due to the investigation.
Tesla cars have Passenger Play, a feature that will soon be blocked by an OTA update to ensure there's no gameplay while the electric cars are moving, but the NHTSA investigation will continue.
A BBC investigation has found that climate change conspiracies are widespread on foreign-language editions of Wikipedia. The problem is due to those Wikipedia editions having fewer editors.
Apple has announced that it will soon allow reader apps to link to their websites and make purchases. The change follows the ruling from a recently closed Japan Fair Trade Commission investigation.
Google has vowed to improve interoperability with third-party ad platforms after a French antitrust watchdog found it to be biased towards Google's own marketplace and fined it €220 million (~$268m).
According to internal documents, Apple is actively investigating an issue where "pink squares" appear on the display when the M1 Mac mini is connected to it via HDMI rather than Thunderbolt.
Microsoft has disclosed details of three cases where it fought secrecy orders issued by the U.S. government accessing customer data. The orders came from federal courts in Maryland and New York.
Apple has now caught the attention of public officials in New York following the discovery of a bug that allowed FaceTime users to hear the person they're calling even before the call was picked up.
Amazon's business practice is in hot water in Europe after the EU's antitrust watchdog Margrethe Vestager launches an initial probe on how the e-commerce giant handles data from third-party sellers.
Fresh reports have emerged suggesting bribery practices being conducted by some Amazon employees in China. Those employees are reportedly selling internal sales data to merchants in exchange for cash.
The European Commission has issued a hefty €4.34 billion fine to Google over illegal Android antitrust practices, with three type of restrictions imposed by the company being regarded in particular.
Uber's Chief People Officer has resigned from her post without mentioning any apparent reason. This resignation comes shortly after a probe into racial discrimination charges against her.
It seems Samsung is suffering yet another issue relating to its flagships, but this time it's not as explosive as prior incidents, with a number of users complaining of dead zones on the displays.
The EU will be investigating allegations against Cambridge Analytica regarding its misuse of Facebook users' private data. The analytics firm is known for having assisted the Trump campaign.
After months of complaints regarding poor gaming performance in the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft has finally acknowledged the issue, stating that it is investigating the sources behind it.
The author of the controversial 'anti-diversity' memo that called women inherently inferior to men has been fired by Google after Sundar Pichai, CEO of the company denounced the document.
The FBI and CIA are conducting a joint investigation to determine the source of the Vault7 leaks. Previously, Wikileaks said they got the information from a former U.S. intelligence contractor.
Just one day after being assessed in an Apple Store, a user has captured their iPhone 7 Plus unexpectedly combusting on video with the company now investigating the cause of the issue.
The government's own independent investigation into the fiery mishaps of the Samsung Note 7 came to a close today. The agency responsible reported that the phone's hardware wasn't to blame.
Verizon's planned Yahoo acquisition has been delayed for several months, while the SEC has opened an investigation over whether Yahoo failed to promptly disclose details of two massive data breaches.
Even though Samsung will hold a special event next week to announce the findings of its Note7 investigation, some of that information has already leaked. Surprise: it was the batteries' fault.
Samsung was supposed to announce its findings with regards to the exploding Note7 handsets late last year. The company pushed that date to January and is now saying it will hold a special event.
Canada's Competition Bureau has announced Friday it is closing its probe on Apple due to lack of evidence. The probe was opened in December 2014 to investigate anti-competitive behavior.
Samsung is preparing to share results of its Galaxy Note7 investigation, after discontinuing the device due to safety risks. Its details will be announced later in the month.
Microsoft is currently investigating an issue which prevents users from downloading the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14986, which was released for PCs just a few hours ago.
No Man's Sky, perhaps the most controversial gaming title of the year, is being investigated by the UK's Advertising Standards Authority, for seemingly advertising features that aren't in the game.
The giant search company is addressing for the first time the recently launched investigation into its Android OS as well as accusations from the EU that it has abused its power in the markets.
European regulators are officially accusing Google of anti-competitive practices, and undue influence in the local search markets. On top of that the Commission is also investigating Android.
A Brazilian judge has ordered a nationwide temporary ban of WhatsApp following the company's refusal to help in an investigation related to child pornography. Despite the ban, it is working normally.
A Foxconn worker has been detained by police, accused of smuggling numerous iPhone 6 handset shells out of a factory in China, and selling them to a third party for around $160 each.