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AseanPlus News 09 Mar 2018 | 12:34 PM

Chinese-African couple become live-streaming hit in China

Chinese husband says many followers are watching because they are curious about how the couple deals with any cultural differences, newspaper reports

Nation 14 Jan 2014 | 12:00 AM

Celebrate Ponggal online today

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian Tamils who are unable to visit a temple for the Ponggal celebration can now watch the proceedings online, thanks to live streaming by Tamil online portal Vanakkam Malaysia.

AseanPlus News 01 Jan 2018 | 3:20 PM

Chinese student nurse may face disciplinary action after live-streaming herself at work

Management team at top hospital will decide on an appropriate course of action after holiday break

AseanPlus News 18 Jan 2019 | 12:00 AM

S’pore tightens copyright laws

SINGAPORE: New laws will be tabled in Parliament some time this year to ban the sale of media streaming boxes with “add-on” services that help consumers access pirated content.

AseanPlus News 16 Jan 2014 | 7:58 PM

Police crack Philippine live-streaming paedophile ring

MANILA (AFP) - Police around the world Thursday said they had dismantled a paedophile ring that streamed live sexual abuse of Filipino children as young as six over the Internet, with victims' parents involved in some cases.

AseanPlus News 20 Apr 2020 | 5:59 PM

Coronavirus gives 60% boost to mobile streaming in South-East Asia

SINGAPORE/KUALA LUMPUR/JAKARTA/BANGKOK: Online video weekly minutes on mobile devices leaped by 60% in aggregate across in Southeast Asia, as the coronavirus pandemic sparked lockdowns and stay at home orders. According to a survey conducted by consultancy and research firm Media Partners Asia weekly consumption grew from 36.4 billion minutes in mid-January to 58 billion minutes per week by April 11.

World 25 Mar 2019 | 10:37 PM

French Muslim group sues Facebook, YouTube over Christchurch footage

PARIS (Reuters) - One of the main groups representing Muslims in France said on Monday it was suing Facebook and YouTube, accusing them of inciting violence by allowing the streaming of footage of the Christchurch massacre on their platforms.