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Online child sex abuse has soared in Europe during coronavirus lockdowns, campaigners and lawyers warned, calling for greater international cooperation and better reporting tools to halt the scourge.
Working from home should have liberated employees from toxic workplace behaviour such as bullying and harassment. Amid the lockdowns, gone are undesired office encounters, business trips, round-the-clock conferences and much after-hours socialising. Yet, far from ending misconduct, the pandemic lockdowns have displaced it at best and fueled it at worst.
The land will accommodate a multi storey office floor area of 62,600 sq m, equal to one third of the office space in New York’s Empire State Building.
Residents in the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar have voted on what public amenities they'd like using a mobile app, a new method that authorities may extend to other areas to improve transparency and efficiency, a government official said.
Singapore is working on a contact tracing method that would involve a portable wearable device that could be distributed to everyone in the country.
Malaysians will continue to receive free additional 1GB of Internet data daily until Dec 31, 2020 as part of the short term economic recovery plan.
Students protested in southern India on June 2 after the suicide of a teenage girl who was unable to attend online classes because she did not have a television or smartphone.
France’s contact-tracing app will be available to download on June 2. They just have to get people to use it.
How will graduates receive their scrolls during the Covid-19 pandemic? Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin in Terengganu will let robots represent graduates when necessary.
Four major publishing houses on June 1 sued the Internet Archive alleging that its “national emergency library” allowing locked-down readers free access to digital books was “brazenly” violating copyright laws.