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Thailand is struggling to tackle a rise in online recruitment scams promising jobs abroad that never materialise, with many appearing on Facebook, a senior official said on May 19.
Slavery survivors in India are using WhatsApp groups to raise awareness about coronavirus among their peers in villages where many former bonded labourers are unaware of the pandemic.
As people stay cooped up at home in self-quarantine, whether by choice or by force, the occasional guilty pleasure of ordering food has become a lifeline.
Home-made videos featuring a catchy Vietnamese song and an accompanying dance about the necessity of hand-washing during the coronavirus crisis have racked up more than 2 million views on video app TikTok.
When Elon Musk secured US$1.3bil (RM5.34bil) from Nevada in 2014 to open a gigantic battery plant, Jeff Bezos noticed.
If the popular ToTok video and voice calling app is a spying tool of the United Arab Emirates, that’s news to its co-creator.
In a small shack overlooking muddy pits hewn out of eastern Congo's rolling green hills, a government official puts a barcoded tag on a sack of ore rich in tantalum, a rare metal widely used in smartphones.
A US genealogy company has digitised millions of records from an archive on victims of Nazi persecution and made them available online.
Since at least February, DoorDash drivers have known the company was at times dipping into their tips to cover their base pay. But it wasn’t until July 30 that the on-demand meal delivery service said it would stop.
The money transfer business is personal for Ismail Ahmed. It was cash wired by his family that allowed him to make the final leg of his journey from escaping fighting in his native Somaliland to London in 1988 to take up a university scholarship.