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Snapchat testing status update feature to compete with Facebook, Instagram

Snap Inc confirmed to TechCrunch that it is testing a new Snap Map UI, Snapchat Status, and Passport.


Touch ‘N Go RFID tags now available for walk-ins

Touch ‘N Go (TNG) is accepting new walk-in users at nine selected fitment centers in the Klang Valley, where they can get their vehicles fitted with RFID for free.


Two out of three hotels accidentally leak guests’ personal data: Symantec

Two out of three hotel websites inadvertently leak guests' booking details and personal data to third-party sites, including advertisers and analytics companies, according to research released by Symantec Corp on April 10.


US scammers may be using DNA testing to defraud Medicare and steal identities

Authorities in several US states are warning about an alleged scam in which people visit senior-living communities and low-income neighbourhoods, offering to perform DNA tests and collecting information from people in government health programmes.


UK to roll out age checks for porn in world first

Britain in July is set to become the first country in the world to introduce age-verification to access online pornography, the government said on April 17.


AirAsia uses facial recognition for self check-in and boarding at Senai Airport

You can now register your face on your AirAsia app to use the Faces feature at the Senai Airport.


Yoodo now offers eSIM for iPhones

Fully digital mobile service Yoodo is now offering eSIM to users of iPhone XS, XS Max and XR so a physical SIM card doesn’t have to be mailed to them.


WhatsApp hack latest breach of personal data security

The hacking of WhatsApp is one of the most spectacular of a series of such attacks in recent years.


Hackers access student data at top Australian university going back 19 years

Australia's top-ranked university said on June 4 hackers breached its cyber defences late last year to obtain sensitive data, including students' bank account numbers and passport details going back 19 years.


Privacy watchdog criticises Cathay Pacific over 2018 data breach

Airline Cathay Pacific has been found to have not followed data protection principles in relation to the security of passengers' personal data, Hong Kong's privacy watchdog said in a report published on June 6.