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A South China Morning Post journalist has quit in a controversy over disputed remarks that Jack Ma had reported to have made in support of Beijing's violent crackdown on Tiananmen Square protesters in 1989.
The United States is overhauling procedures to tighten access to top-secret intelligence in a bid to prevent another mega-leak like the one carried out by former spy agency contractor Edward Snowden, senior US officials said.
Baidu Inc, China's top Internet search engine, said on Tuesday that it would buy app store 91 Wireless for US$1.9bil (RM6.03bil), as it looks to diversify beyond its mainstay search business and beef up its presence in the mobile sector.
Fugitive former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden will likely accept asylum in Venezuela to escape prosecution in the United States, said Glenn Greenwald, the US journalist who first published the secret documents that Snowden leaked.
Singapore's move to tighten regulation of news web sites, already under fire from bloggers and human rights groups, has attracted criticism from an unexpected quarter — large Internet firms with a big presence in the city-state who say the new rules will hurt the industry.
The revelations of alleged US surveillance programmes based on documents taken by fugitive former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden have raised a political furore.
Assange criticised the United States for revoking Snowden's passport and said it would not stop the classified information taken by the 30-year-old former contractor from getting out.
A former US spy agency contractor facing charges of espionage remained in hiding at a Moscow airport