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Mobile phone users required to register new numbers under real identities in proposed overhaul of SIM-card rules. Ministers say reform is needed to tackle serious and organised crime.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp said on Sunday that its legal complaint against the U.S. Department of Defense and the Treasury Department was to protect the company's interests, in a notice on the Hong Kong stock exchange.
In China’s popular online-streaming industry, virtual gift-giving is big. You can send your favourite live performer anything from a rose for 5 yuan (RM3.14) to a space rocket for 500 yuan (RM312.84).
The 39-year-old suspect, an English teacher at a tutorial centre in Tuen Mun, was detained at his home in Tin Shui Wai. The tutorial centre fired him on Sunday and police have seized his computer to check for child pornography.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Offline messaging app Bridgefy said it was downloaded more than 600,000 times in a few hours in Myanmar, after the country's military seized power on Monday and temporarily disrupted internet traffic.
(Reuters) - China's Alibaba Group Holding Ltd beat estimates for third-quarter revenue on a pandemic-driven jump in e-commerce, but its shares dropped amid regulatory heat for founder Jack Ma's business empire.
The family office of Google co-founder Sergey Brin is setting up a branch in Singapore, joining the rush of uber-wealthy clans toward the South-East Asian financial hub.
It apparently costs US$1,650 (RM6,687) a month to rent but doesn’t have a toilet or an oven: TikTok users are going crazy over a video captioned New York’s “worst apartment ever”.
The Communist Party mouthpiece says online platforms should work with the government to eradicate fake clicks and views. China recently issued new rules banning the artificial inflation of Internet traffic, but experts say enforcement remains a challenge.
In the past, few plaintiffs have successfully won cases relating to abuse of market dominance, says an analyst. The legal environment for monopoly cases could be set for change after Beijing named antitrust as one of its top agenda issues for 2021.