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China’s first facial-recognition lawsuit comes to an end with new ruling and new questions about the fate of individuals’ data
State media said that people can now ‘bravely say no to facial recognition’. The court did not examine whether the Hangzhou Safari Park could continue to refuse customers entry if they do not provide facial data.
KUALA LUMPUR: The profit-taking activities on the domestic market continued on Tuesday morning amid a negative performance on Wall Street overnight and ahead of the US corporate earnings season that begins this week.
KUALA LUMPUR: China regards Malaysia as a trusted partner in development, and the strong friendship built between both nations should be further enhanced, said China’s Ambassador to Malaysia Ouyang Yujing (pic).
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): China regards Malaysia as a trusted partner in development, and the strong friendship built between both nations should be further enhanced, says China's Ambassador to Malaysia Ouyang Yujing.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A lawyer was arraigned in two Sessions Courts here on Wednesday (April 7) on nine charges, including receiving, transferring and using RM6.5mil in funds allegedly derived from illegal activities.
Being intentional about finding time for ourselves throughout the day helps prevent stress from building up.
BUTTERWORTH: A group of parishioners of the St Mark’s Church gathered to commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday with strict adherence to the tight SOP in place.
To build a ‘Digital China’, the country must first deal with its rampant black market for personal information
Underground trading of personal information has become a professional and industrialised value chain in China. The central government is seeking to establish a data governance regime, highlighting the responsibility of online platforms to protect user data.
MOST emerging Asian share markets climbed on Friday as investors focused on signs of economic recovery, taking positive cues from a bounce back in Chinese equities even as concerns from rising tensions between the West and Beijing loomed.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): Chinese companies have started research into "6G", the next-generation telecommunication technology that will likely succeed 5G. They are working to prepare for a fully internet-connected world.