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A Chinese firm claims it has built facial recognition tech that identifies people wearing masks with 95% accuracy
People have foiled facial recognition technologies by wearing masks during the coronavirus outbreak.
Over 10,000 tear gas canisters have been been fired in Hong Kong’s vicious protests, and it could have long-term consequences for the city’...
The prolonged use of tear gas, particularly in densely-populated areas, has prompted concern among experts about the effects of long-term exposure.
"The underlying drivers of the protests are certainly deep-seated and intractable," Moody's said, calling the response "slow, tentative, and inconclusive."
Authorities in Hong Kong seized nearly 4,000 cell phones from protesters, and activists are concerned that police are reading their messages and insta...
Lawmakers and activists have argued that police conduct many of these mobile phone examinations without consent.
More than 300 people were arrested during the Christmas chaos.
Hong Kong ‘Christmas shopping’ protests in several malls across city lead to vandalism of outlets and clashes
Clashes broke out as police entered to stop protesters blocking mall entrances and staircases.
Hong Kong is mired in recession, but its IPO market is the strongest since 2015 among everyday investors
The region's median retail subscription ratio, which measures interest in stock offerings, hit 13 times for IPOs since October, its highest since 2015.
The value of retail sales dropped 24% in October from the same period last year, according to government data released Monday.
DC Comics pulled a new Batman comic book poster after Chinese fans claimed it supported Hong Kong protests
DC Comics yanked an ad campaign for "Dark Knight Returns: The Golden Child," which shows a black-clad Batwoman preparing to throw a Molotov cocktail.
Trump signs bill to defend human rights in Hong Kong in a powerful act that is likely to further strain relations with China
"I signed these bills out of respect for President Xi, China, and the people Hong Kong," President Donald Trump said in a statement.