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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Bushfires fanned by winds combined into a single giant blaze north of Sydney late on Friday, blanketing Australia's biggest city in hazardous smoke, causing weekend sports games to be cancelled and prompting calls for outdoor workers to stay home.
People say they no longer watch TV commercials. And yet, hundreds appear to have scrutinised an ad from interactive-workout company Peloton with an intensity so vigorous it threatens to overwhelm the Web.
Facebook Inc on Dec 5 sued a Hong Kong company that it said baited people into clicking on celebrities' photos and bogus advertising links, so it could install malware and run ads for counterfeit goods, diet pills and male enhancement supplements.
The Communications Workers of America union filed a US federal labour charge against Alphabet Inc's Google on Dec 5, accusing the company of unlawfully firing four employees to deter workers from engaging in union activities.
Some Malaysian students are gaining new experiences and earning extra pocket money during the school break.
Britain is proving a lawless landscape for political mudslingers mining cyberspace for votes in an election that could determine the UK's future relationship with the European Union.
(Reuters) - For a candidate who has struggled at times to get noticed on social media, Joe Biden finally got some online attention on Thursday - for better or worse.
PETALING JAYA: Police have rubbished a recorded message suggesting there will be racial unrest over the weekend and advised Malaysians to ignore it.
From DATUK HALIMAH MOHD SAID, President, Association of Voices of Peace, Conscience and Reason.
MY interest in public policy has always focused on our national institutions: our democratic bodies, our checks and balances, our values and principles, and of course the broad topics of education, culture and the nurturing of our collective identity.