Facebook isn’t cooperating with privacy probe, California AG says

California’s attorney general is asking a court to force Facebook to comply with a subpoena and answer questions related to the company’s user privacy policies and practices. Facebook has so far failed to comply with the subpoena, which state Attorney General Xavier Becerra issued on June 17. The responses the state has received so far to its questions are “patently inadequate,” Becerra said in a statement.  Becerra’s petition was filed…

November 6, 2019
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China’s Minors Face New Limits On Mobile Games In War On Gaming Addiction

New anti-addiction guidelines for minors that set out limits for time and money spent on mobile games have been introduced by China’s state censor, following previous calls to curb excessive gaming. PolygamousRanchKid writes: State media published the new rules on Tuesday, which introduced a stricter real-name registration system and, for the first time, an age rating system. The State Administration of Press and Publications (SAPP) guidelines also include limiting gaming…

November 6, 2019
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