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Right to the data of the deceased; Facebook account will belong to family

According to the Right to the data of the deceased, Facebook is in favor of handing over the rights to convert the profile of the deceased into the tribute page or to delete it completely after the death of its account holder, but the family of the deceased will have

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Vietnam passes cybersecurity law which could hurt economy

Hanoi: Vietnamese legislators have passed a contentious cybersecurity law, which critics say will hurt the economy and further restrict freedom of expression. The Communist Party-dominated assembly passed the law by a majority on today. The law requires service providers such as Google and Facebook to store user data in Vietnam, open offices

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Vivo to launch X21 with in-display fingerprint sensor on May 29

Beijing: Chinese smartphone maker Vivo is ready to will launch its next smartphone model with an in-display fingerprint sensor. The company will launch this device on May 29, which will be priced under Rs 40,000 and could be called "X21". The device with the industry's first in-display fingerprint scanning technology was

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai pitches for getting things right in tech world

San Francisco: Amid rising global concern over digital platform regulation and users' data privacy Google's CEO Sundar Pichai has reiterated that the tech firms have a deep responsibility to get things right. "We're at an important inflection point in computing, and it's exciting to be driving technology forward. But it's

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Before buying Google's Pixel, Pixel XL smartphones, make sure they are original!

San Francisco: Yes, it is possible. Because the search engine giant, according to a media report, has removed the original first-generation Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones from its online Google store. However, some third-party retailers are still the devices, which creates a vulnerable situation for buyers. As spotted by Android

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