Turkish law forces PayPal to suspend operations in the country
It's the latest instance of Turkey taking a stance against foreign tech companies.
Retailers fight to silence customer data breaches
New bill would require companies to alert customers when data is compromised.
Europe enlists tech companies to help end online hate speech
The code of conduct has been signed by Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Microsoft.
Hong Kong Pokémon fans protest over Pikachu translation
A decision to cut the Cantonese version of 'Pokemon Sun and Moon' has caused a backlash among Hong Kong residents.
Iran orders messaging app makers to store data inside the country
Companies have a year to port Iranian users' info.
Google won't get a deal on French taxes
It's on the hook for the full amount, like it or not.
Senate anti-encryption bill is effectively dead, for now
When the White House, CIA and NSA won't support it, the legislation doesn't stand much of a chance.
Europe will make publicly funded scientific research public
The change happens in 2020 and will also affect public-private partnerships.
Activists say Vietnam shut down Facebook during Obama's visit
The move was meant to silence political dissidents.