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Social distancing is one of the good habits we have come to adopt because of the Covid-19 threat, along with frequent handwashing and wearing a mask in public. What about also being careful with the countless software applications that have emerged since the beginning of the confinement?
The Women's Aid Organisation has appealed to users on social media to stop doing the viral mugshot challenge.
The Anti-Semitism Accountability Project’s portal will collect reports of online attacks on Asian-Americans, Jews and others falsely blamed for the pandemic. Founded by billionaire Ronald Lauder, ASAP launched the initiative in conjunction with the America China Public Affairs Institute.
In an air-conditioned government building in Mumbai, a dozen officials are glued to a giant screen showing live drone and CCTV footage of crowded slums, the frontline in the city's battle to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
At a remote hillside retreat in northern India, Tibetan Buddhist nun Tenzin Drolma usually holds intimate, face-to-face classes – but since the coronavirus pandemic forced them online, her lessons have been packed with people seeking inner peace under lockdown.
As the EU's economy reels from virus lockdowns, Brussels unveiled a proposed roadmap on April 15 to ease restrictions on life and businesses, relying in large part on smartphone tracking apps.
Microsoft extends security support for Windows 10 version 1809 by six months to tide over users through the Covid-19 pandemic.
The lockdown gripping much of the world economy has spurred a real-time stress test of the long-heralded digital future.
With physical distancing requirements still in place to help slow the spread of coronavirus, many people homebound lacking the social activities that once kept them occupied, have relied more on social media for news, entertainment and connection.
Whatever you might be using to connect with colleagues these days – Zoom, Google Hangouts, Slack video – meeting safely during the coronavirus pandemic means no one from your office knows for sure if you're wearing pants.