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PETALING JAYA: Police have denied issuing a fine, allegedly to a road user in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur who was returning home with his wife after shopping for essential items during the movement control order (MCO) period.
Classrooms are confronting the ubiquity and often arbitrary nature of the ruling Communist Party's online censorship.
New rules took effect on Sunday putting responsibility on websites, service providers, producers and users. Content ‘harming national interests’, ‘spreading rumours’, ‘sexual innuendo’ or ‘inappropriate commentary on natural disasters’ is deemed unacceptable.
European police chiefs have thrown their support behind British demands for technology companies to urgently transform how they operate to prevent access to child sex abuse, Britain's National Crime Agency (NCA) said on Feb 14.
HAKONE (ANN): A Japanese confectionery shop in the popular hot spring town of Hakone has incurred the wrath of the Chinese for putting up a sign containing offensive content to ban Chinese tourists amid a global virus outbreak originating from China.
Child sexual abuse is more prevalent than most people think. We have strong laws so why are children still being violated?
KUALA LUMPUR: An international survey has placed Malaysia on the 23rd spot over its response to child sexual abuse.
Facebook Inc can be forced to remove posts anywhere in the world to protect European Union users from hateful content, the bloc’s highest court ruled in a case that widens a chasm with the US on freedom of speech and privacy.
Facebook Inc could be forced to patrol its platform across the world to remove offensive and hateful posts by users in the European Union, in another potential landmark privacy ruling from the bloc’s top court.