Experts say the legal issues are even more troubling than the technology when it comes to user privacy.
Georgia’s Orthodox Christians will go to church on Easter and drink wine from a communal spoon, tempting coronavirus
Orthodox Christians in the former Soviet nation will continue to gather for worship. The government and clergy have agreed to keep churches open for the holiday, which critics say will spread disease. Some bishops argue that church attendance can heal.
The money is aimed at helping countries limit the spread of coronavirus and bolster their economies in its wake.
A man who criticized Nigerian police and military for withdrawing from a region where Muslim militants have killed at least 20 Christians says he was drenched in ice water and forced to roll around on concrete for hours.
Chinese medical aid arrived in Italy, which has been hard hit by COVID-19, in March.
Dramatic photos set the scene at what would ordinarily be a lively springtime at Princeton University.
Chilling photos display a New York City devastated by COVID-19.
‘The coronavirus rescue plan is not working’: Small businesses struggle with new federal aid program
Both big banks and small community banks have been inundated with inquiries from small businesses.
Masked activists including one carrying a rifle shouted “You are the virus!” at government officials who have kept their jobs while much of the Buckeye State is out of work.