Korea slaps $327,067 fine on Twitch for suspending service::The Korean telecommunications watchdog said Friday it has slapped a fine of 435 million won ($327,067) on the U.S. live video streaming platform Twitch, which suspended its video-on-demand (VOD) service in the country last year.
Facial-recognition data is typically used to prompt more vending machine sales.
Reddit is a ‘smaller, more volatile’ Twitter, says Big Technology’s Alex Kantrowitz::Alex Kantrowitz, Big Technology founder, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss Reddit's decision to go public, the company's journey to IPO, Sam Altman's stake in the company, and more.
Elon Musk's Battle with Swedish Unions Is Now Impacting Tesla's Charging Stations | The months-long battle between Nordic labor and the petulant billionaire has led to perpetual humiliations for th...::The months-long battle between Nordic labor and the petulant billionaire has led to perpetual humiliations for the electric...
Reddit Warns That r/WallStreetBets Could Wreak Havoc on Its Stock Price::In its IPO documents, Reddit said the price and volume of its stock could “experience extreme volatility for reasons unrelated to our underlying business.”
Conservative MP Says He Trusts Porn Companies Won’t Leak Digital IDs of Canadians Who Visit Porn Websites::Pierre Poilievre’s Conservatives voted to introduce digital IDs for porn users
Google confirms Gmail is “here to stay” amid speculation over plans to scrap the email service::Claims that Google plans to sunset Gmail were a hoax, so there's no need to panic
Employees offered suggestions to reduce risks of misuse of subscription accounts featuring minors. Meta took another approach and says its programs are well monitored.