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Vietnamese flock to ‘safe’ social media

Hanoi: Tens of thousands of Vietnamese social media users are flocking to self-professed free speech platform Minds to avoid tough Internet controls in a new cybersecurity law, activists and the company said.


Be proud of Bahasa Malaysia

From STEVEN LEE of Puchong, Selangor.


Date night with herptiles

IT WAS barely a few minutes past nightfall when I started my third herping adventure, this time at Taman Rimba Kiara in Taman Tun Dr Ismail.


Keeping a strict eye on child minders

From MRS T of Kuala Lumpur.


Britain 'dumb' if it thinks Russia would stage nerve attack during World Cup - Russian diplomats

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Britain is foolish if it believes Russia staged a new nerve agent attack in England in the middle of the soccer World Cup, Russia's embassy to the Netherlands wrote on social media on Thursday.


Tunisian authorities hit back at 'unethical' Zimbabwe players

(Reuters) - The Tunisian Rugby Union (TRU) has accused Zimbabwe's rugby team of "unethical actions" after their players slept on the street outside of their hotel in Beja on Monday in protest at their perceived poor condition of the accommodation.


Art Harun: Tommy Thomas not shocked when 'taken by surprise' by gag order

PETALING JAYA: The Attorney-General (AG) was not shocked when he said that he was "taken by surprise" over the gag order sought by Datuk Seri Najib Razak's lawyers, said lawyer Azhar Harun.


PMO: Rumours about Dr M in hospital untrue

PETALING JAYA: Rumours that Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad was admitted to hospital on Thursday (June 5) morning are not true.


Tennis tours eye outside help for players harassed online

Madison Keys was the US Open runner-up last year and a French Open semifinalist last month, is considered a contender at Wimbledon right now and, still, total strangers insult her, sometimes with menacing or obscene language, on a regular basis via social media.


New AI tips off regulators to possible EU data privacy faults

Some of the world’s largest technology companies might be breaking the European Union’s new data privacy law, according to an analysis of their policies conducted by artificial intelligence software.