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A website used by millions of Dutch voters to test their political preferences was quietly keeping a tally of how many were matched with each party, a security researcher who penetrated the site said.
Thailand’s government met with representatives from Internet giant Google, amid growing calls from Thai hardline royalists to bring those who insult the monarchy to justice, as many Thais look with uncertainty to a future without their revered king.
A new scheme that would allow Thai police to intercept telephone calls in national security cases has been put forward to cabinet for approval, police said on Aug 11, a move that has alarmed rights groups.
A set of emoticons satirising Thailand’s royal family have been removed by the messaging application Line, in a country where discussion of the monarchy is tightly controlled by a draconian royal insult law.
Thailand's criminal court on Jan 20 jailed a man for six years for Facebook comments deemed to be an insult to the country's king, in what one rights group called the toughest sentence by a civilian court for a single such offence.
A record 24,000-plus rat complaints have been made in New York so far this year as authorities step up their war against the vermin that roam subways, sewers and parks.
A year since it went public in the biggest stock listing ever, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd has spent more than US$6bil (RM25.48bil) on everything from an electronics store chain to a robot maker.
Just four months ago, T-Mobile US Inc chief executive John Legere warned consumers that results of a US airwaves auction "should scare the hell out of you" because winning bids by Dish Network Corp and bigger phone companies threatened competition.