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NEW DELHI AFP: Fresh clashes between Indian police and demonstrators erupted on Friday (Dec 20) after more than a week of deadly unrest triggered by a citizenship law seen as anti-Muslim.
Facial recognition systems can produce wildly inaccurate results, especially for non-whites, according to a US government study.
A Lithuanian man who scammed Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google into sending him more than US$120mil (RM496.98mil) must serve five years in prison, a judge said.
Agreements that let Facebook and other firms send European citizens' data to the United States and other countries are valid, a key EU court adviser said on Dec 19, although he left room for such transfers to be blocked if European data protection standards are not met in countries receiving the information.
DOHA (Reuters) - There is a catchphrase that world soccer’s governing body FIFA frequently trots out when it discusses holding tournaments outside of the game’s traditional strongholds in Europe and South America -- “developing the game”.
Russia on will carry out tests on Monday on the reliability of its domestic internet infrastructure in the event that the country is disconnected from the worldwide web, the communications ministry said.
MACAU (Bloomberg): President Xi Jinping praised the work of Macau’s government in maintaining stability and stressed that the gambling hub should diversify its economy as the former Portuguese colony celebrated the 20-year anniversary of its return to Chinese rule.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A Mexican government investigation cleared an influential ally of the president of any wrongdoing on Thursday, after critics alleged the head of the state power utility had hidden a vast real estate portfolio and conflicts of interest.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand's ambitious firearm amnesty ends on Friday with questions over its success, as critics say the police only managed to collect about a third of the weapons that were outlawed after the Christchurch massacre.
Wee questions lack of response to application for apolitical professionals to be TAR UC board of trustees members
PETALING JAYA: The silence of the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry over an application to include four non-MCA professionals as Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) board of trustees members is raising concerns.