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Chinese social media users declare war on cute South Korean cartoon Super Wings for allegedly disrespecting China
Preschool educational series Super Wings can no longer be found online after backlash. Complaints included that the show used incorrect maps of China and was misleading about the origins of a traditional festival.
Pakistan has blocked video sharing app TikTok for a second time, after a court ordered the platform shut down over “unethical and immoral content”.
China denied on March 12 it was planning to hit e-commerce giant Alibaba with a fine of almost US$1bil (RM4.11bil) for allegedly flouting monopoly rules, as authorities put the screws on the firm as part of a crackdown on the technology sector.
Bilibili: How a Chinese site dedicated to anime subculture grew up with its Gen Z users to become a mainstream success
The Chinese video streaming site is trying to maintain its unconventional appeal and sense of community, as it embraces a wider audience. Early users say Bilibili is losing its original charm, but some analysts say there are no obvious alternatives.
Zoom Video Communications Inc defeated the most serious claims in a lawsuit claiming it illegally shared users’ personal information with Google and Facebook.
Bitcoin scams riding on the cryptocurrency's wave of popularity are now appearing as advertisements on social media, warn security experts.
Google and Microsoft's war of words heats up, as both sides lob accusations over questionable corporate practices.
As the pandemic brings about a spike in unemployment, government agencies and corporations shift to online platforms to speed up rehiring, while encouraging courses in tech.
Facebook Watch is to expand Paid Online Events into 24 markets, including Hong Kong, in the coming weeks following an exponential growth in viewership amid the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.
Oman has cut off access to the buzzy new audio chat app Clubhouse, the country’s telecommunications regulator confirmed Monday, setting off fears that authorities across the Persian Gulf may censor a rare forum for discussion of sensitive topics in the region.