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Staying home is being made more pleasant by telcos offering free data. But take heed of MCMC’s warning not to spread fake news.
Digital surveillance and smartphone technology may prove helpful in containing the coronavirus pandemic — but some activists fear this could mean lasting harm to privacy and digital rights.
KUALA LUMPUR: Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQs) relating to the Education Ministry (MOE) during the movement control order (MCO) period. It touches upon the ministry’s Digital Learning platform.
PETALING JAYA: The e-hailing industry has lauded the government’s move to extend a one-off RM500 aid to drivers nationwide.
Marie-Pascale Schuller started feeling sick last week. The 57-year-old doctor specialises in respiratory illnesses, and she had a strong suspicion as to what her fever, cough and aches meant.
Roving security at Hongyuan Park can check the temperature of several hundred people within two minutes at a distance of up to 1 metre. Chinese AI start-up Rokid has also supplied its smart glasses to public security authorities in its home city of Hangzhou.
Seniors are the most vulnerable to coronavirus and we must protect them.
Reese Scott started boxing 17 years ago and dreamed of setting up her studio for almost as long. In 2018 she started Women’s World of Boxing, the first female-owned boxing gym in New York and, according to ClassPass Inc, the most popular workout in Manhattan on its app.
Millions of US teenagers shut up in their homes and receiving their education online are turning for morale support and comic relief to each other — via immensely popular video sharing apps like TikTok.
Local telcos like Maxis, Digi and Unifi Mobile are extending some of their MCO offerings until April 14.