Along with WeChat facing greater regulatory scrutiny, Alibaba has separately suspended various staff who have been accused of sexually assaulting a fellow female employee.
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South East Asia's largest ride-sharing company reduced its net loss by $120 million during the first quarter of 2021.
Along with the financial relief, Zoom will make various privacy and security changes as part of its class action settlement.
People living in China will not be able to register new accounts on WeChat until early August as the app undergoes technical changes to comply with local laws.
The order to provide Chinese food delivery workers with access to minimum wages comes as part of a larger recent effort by Beijing to rein in local tech companies.
The ban was made after China's internet regulator found soft pornographic images of children appearing on various digital platforms.
With a goal of using only renewable energy in 30 years' time, LG will first start with making its North American sites use only renewable energy by the end of this year.
Beyond increasing chip output, Taiwan's largest chip maker earned net income of NT$134.36 billion for the second quarter ended June 30.
Alongside the €500 million fine, Google could face additional €900,000 fines per day if it continues to not provide remuneration offers to various publishers in good faith.
Backup and Sync and Drive File Stream will be phased out in the coming months, replaced by Drive for desktop.