LONDON (Reuters) – Regulators from across the world start work this week on a blueprint for a global “sandbox” or testing bed for new financial technology applications, Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority said on Monday.
Vladimir Putin’s Government has been accused of chemical attacks and election meddling, but foreign policy expert Lydia Khalil tells Q&A we are not headed for “Cold War 2.0”.
Companies use our personal information to enrich themselves. Regulation of this practice is long overdue
The Observer reported on Saturday that Cambridge Analytica acquired 50 million Facebook profiles from a researcher in 2014. This appears to have been among the most consequential data breaches in history, with an impact that may rival the breach of financial records from Equifax.
Most murders aren’t mass shootings. Some African American families feel forgotten after Florida.
The country’s first comprehensive dental health report card has found some pretty gross stats: 90 per cent of adults have some form of tooth decay, almost three-quarters of children eat too much sugar, and one-quarter of teens have not had a dental check-up in 12 months.
Much as it has with every other retail sector, Amazon has steadily expanded its gaming presence, especially since it purchased Twitch in 2014. Now, it's unveiled a service that will allow it to break into another gaming arena. Built on Amazon's massi…
Once staunch rivals in high-end VR, it now seems Facebook-owned Oculus and HTC are treading different paths. While Oculus is gearing up to launch a more affordable standalone headset, HTC has gone in the opposite direction with the Vive Pro, a new to…
Mohammed Abdul is charged with attempted murder after at least 13 people were left injured.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman works closely with the administration on Iran, and predicted that Trump would not waive sanctions again, effectively ending the Iran deal.
The deal is called a “decisive step” – but more work is needed on issues including Northern Ireland.