Google devs "forgot" to move some user data during the Chrome 78 to Chrome 79 update process.
A US tariff imposed on Chinese goods such as cell phones, laptop computers, video game consoles, certain toys, and computer monitors will no longer be enforced.
The taxation office has said it relied on the competence of the Department of Human Services when garnishing tax returns of Centrelink customers.
Singapore Democratic has complied with correction notices for three posts highlighted under the country's Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act, but says it will challenge the directive.
Mozilla, Etsy and several other petitioners -- including 22 state governments -- are keeping alive the fight to restore Obama-era net neutrality rules.
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