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Security expert says Anonymous Malaysia’s threat must be taken seriously, doesn’t expect all out attack
In its online video, the group claimed that the government's 'security system is low' and 'all data may be leak(ed)' allowing unwanted hackers to sell the information.
BEIJING, Jan. 26 (Xinhua) -- The 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter (BCF) project in China has received in excess of 150 orders, according to Boeing China on Tuesday.
Years from now when the pandemic’s impact on global business is analysed, it’s likely that the most lucrative change will be how it pushed – or actually shoved – massive markets into the modern e-commerce era.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Google is reviving plans to launch its own news website in Australia within weeks, according to a local media outlet contracted to provide articles for the venture, as the search giant fights world-first proposed laws on content payments.
Internet users across the northeast US experienced widespread outages for several hours on Jan 26, interrupting work and school because of an unspecified Verizon network issue.
Survey: Chinese people increasingly alarmed over use of facial recognition for everything from refuse collection to toilet roll dispensers
Almost 90% of respondents said they do not want facial recognition in commercial areas, Beijing News survey shows. Data leaks and privacy remain top concerns, with respondents giving support to more regulation.
Instant funds transfers on the CIMB Clicks website and app are temporarily unavailable due to unusually high traffic, says bank.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - An Australian regulator is considering letting internet users choose what personal data companies like Google share with advertisers, as part of the country's attempts to shatter the dominance of tech titans.
CIMB says its online banking service was mostly back to normal, including its instant bank transfer feature, though several features were still under maintenance.
OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) - Social media services including Facebook Inc and Reddit restrict discussions about weapons, drugs and other illegal activity, but their rules do not specifically mention another lucrative regulated good: stocks.