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E3 the biggest gaming event of the year has been cancelled due to concerns over corona virus.
According to a statement from the event organizers on Wednesday.
The Entertainments Software Association, that's the group behind E3, says it'll look into conducting an online showcase in place of the event in June.
In response to the cancellation, Microsoft, Ubisoft and others say they'll find alternatives to their press conferences held usually at the start of E3.
The UK said on Wednesday it will begin taxing digital services April 1, a move that will impact a broad spectrum of us tech giants including Amazon, Google and Facebook.
The tax will amount to 2% of the revenues of search engine social media services and online marketplaces that derive value from UK users, known as the Digital Services Tax or DST.
It will apply to all digital services with global revenues of around 640 $7 million or more, with at least $32 million deriving from users in the UK.
And finally the US is at risk for cyber attacks both small and catastrophic, according to a report out Wednesday by a US congressional panel.
After months of studying the bipartisan cyberspace solarium commission is calling for wide ranging cybersecurity changes Including government reforms and better collaboration with the private sector.
The solution is to deter more attacks to begin with, the lawmaker said that means encouraging better norms around the world, taking away easy targets in US infrastructure and finding new ways to retaliate against tax.
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