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UN warns over human rights impact of a ‘digital welfare state’ – TechCrunch

The UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights has raised concerns about the UK’s rush to apply digital technologies and data tools to socially re-engineer the delivery of public services at scale, warning…

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BlackBerry is buying Cylance for $1.4 billion to continue its push into cybersecurity – TechCrunch

BlackBerry was best known for keyboard-totting smartphones, but their demise in recent years has seen the Canadian firm pivot toward enterprise services, and in particular, cybersecurity. That strategy takes a big step forward today after…


Facebook under pressure over Soros smear tactics – TechCrunch

Facebook is facing calls to conduct an external investigation into its own lobbying and PR activities by an aide to billionaire George Soros. BuzzFeed reports that Michael Vachon, an advisor to the chairman at Soros…



UK watchdog has eyes on Google-DeepMind’s health app hand-off – TechCrunch

The shock news yesterday that Google is taking over a health app rolled out to UK hospitals over the past few years by its AI division, DeepMind, has caught the eye of the country’s data…


Baidu leads $300M investment to bring its search smarts to elevator ads – TechCrunch

China’s largest search engine Baidu is getting an offline revenue boost after it led a $300 million strategic round in Xinchao Media, a company that shows people ads when they’re waiting for an elevator —…


Metacert’ Cryptonite can catch phishing links in your email – TechCrunch

Metacert, founded by Paul Walsh, originally began as a way to watch chat rooms for fake Ethereum scams. Walsh, who was an early experimenter in cryptocurrencies, grew frustrated when he saw hackers dumping fake links…


DeepMind hands off role as health app provider to parent Google – TechCrunch

DeepMind’s recent foray into providing software as a service to U.K. hospitals has reached the end of its run. The Google -owned AI division has just announced it will be stepping back from providing a…


11/11 shows biometrics are the norm for payments in China – TechCrunch

Chinese consumers were quick to adopt digital payments, and a recent shopping binge showed they are ready for another leap: biometric payments. On November 11, Alibaba wrapped up Singles’ Day – the world’s largest shopping…