Microsoft says state-sponsored Russian hacking group accessed email accounts of senior leaders — CNN

A Russian hacking group gained access to some email accounts of Microsoft senior leaders, the software giant disclosed in a regulatory filing Friday afternoon, writes Catherine Thorbecke. 

Google and Facebook urged by EU to label AI-generated content — The Guardian

Social media companies including Google and Facebook have been urged by the EU to “immediately” start labelling content and images generated by artificial intelligence, writes Lisa O'Carroll.

IBM starts winding down Russia operations

IBM has started an orderly wind-down of its business in Russia, says the company.

US charges Russian hackers behind NotPetya, KillDisk, OlympicDestroyer attacks — ZDNet

The US Department of Justice has unsealed charges against six GRU officers believed to be members of Sandworm, writes Catalin Timpanu. Here is the link:...

Russia’s Yandex and TCS terminate $5.48 billion Tinkoff talks — Reuters

Plans for Russia’s biggest corporate deal of 2020 collapsed on Friday after talks over a $5.48 billion cash-and-share sale of online bank Tinkoff to...