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BEIJING, July 6, Global Times: China's cyberspace regulator on Monday put three more internet platforms under scrutiny, three days after it announced a review of cybersecurity into the country's top ride-hailing platform Didi Chuxing, indicating the country's resolve to clamp down on data breaches and misuse as part of a broader move to protect the digital economy from unchecked expansion of capital.
AS the world pivoted, and adjusted to the new normal, financial institutions were unusually more exposed to digital disruption, with the pandemic a key accelerator in driving digital transformation.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Plans by Big Tech to foray further into India's financial sector pose risks for traditional banks as the tech firms have the potential to become dominant players in financial services, the central bank said.
PETALING JAYA: Alternative data can provide lenders with customer insights to help them offer better financial services to the unbanked and underserved segments.
Employees are an organisation's greatest asset, and they're also their biggest liability when it comes to cybersecurity because they're on the front line.
A plan by India to build digital databases of farmers to boost their incomes has raised concerns about privacy and the exclusion of poor farmers and those without land titles.
(Reuters) - IBM Corp is developing tools that would ensure online advertising algorithms do not unfairly show ads to only specific groups such as mostly men or wealthy people, aiming to address discrimination concerns that have drawn industrywide scrutiny.
KUALA LUMPUR: AmInvestment Research is maintaining its buy on Hong Leong Bank (HLBB) with a revised fair value (FV) to RM20.90/share (previously RM20.30 a share).
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd was the victim of a months-long web-scraping operation by a marketing consultant that siphoned up sensitive data including usernames and phone numbers, according to a court case that wrapped in June.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's antitrust watchdog plans to expedite a restarted probe into allegations of anti-competitive behaviour at Amazon.com Inc and Walmart Inc's Flipkart, as it intensifies scrutiny of big-tech firms, two people close to the matter said.