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The Communications and Multimedia Ministry hopes that Internet connectivity will be considered the country's third public utility, after water and electricity, in Budget 2021, says its Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.The Ministry of Communications and Multimedia hopes that Internet connectivity will be considered the country's third public utility, after water and electricity, in Budget 2021, says its Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.
The Ministry of Communications and Multimedia (KKMM) has assured members of the public on the authenticity of the Ministry of Health’s (MOH) official Covid-19 data in a statement today (Oct 27).
Cyberbullying and fake social media accounts came under the spotlight in the Dewan Negara today.
Jendela initiative to provide 4G network coverage to Sabahan student Veveonah’s Kampung Sapatalang in 2021
Under Jendela, 17 communication towers have been allocated for Pitas where the construction of seven towers have been completed, two are still under construction while eight more are being planned.
Malaysia has tremendous potential to be an early bird and to become a major player in the global drone service market, which is expected to reach RM267.4bil by 2025, said Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.
Malaysia has to step up the adoption of tech to become a high-income nation.
While social media is credited for letting people express themselves in creative ways, it also has a problematic side as it can be used to spread harmful misinformation.
From a digital personal identification for online transactions to sending mail, government bodies and companies are looking at ways to speed things up.
The Week That Was: Internet connectivity and fake news make local headlines while Facebook faces #StopHateforProfit reckoning
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission says the increase in compounds issued to telcos proves its commitment in improving service.