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Turkey is investigating how hackers have posted online the identity data of some 50 million Turks, including what they said were details about the president and prime minister, after what is believed to be the biggest data breach seen in the country.
Telephone scammers have begun to target refugees in Canada with extortion schemes by posing as government employees and threatening them with arrest or deportation unless they immediately wire money, Canadian authorities said.
The Internet is now a growing and varied market place for trading illegal drugs in Europe, the European Union’s watchdog agency said.
Mark Zuckerberg, who famously urged his company Facebook Inc to "move fast and break things," is taking a similar approach to the staid world of philanthropy, indicating his new venture will get directly involved with politics and may even turn a profit.
The US Labour Department has closed its investigation of Infosys, which was prompted by American technology workers at Southern California Edison who complained their jobs were outsourced to foreigners on H-1B visas.
The US government will allow spouses of certain high-tech foreign workers to apply for work permits, an accommodation designed to make things easier for families waiting in long lines for green cards.
Samsung supports the Malaysian government’s initiative to develop an ICT proficient and knowledge rich society by setting up its second Samsung Smart Library at the National Library of Perlis.
The small Baltic country of Estonia hopes digital innovation will turn it into a global superpower in e-commerce by offering foreigners e-residency IDs, and opening the door to doing business online throughout the European Union.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said it halted business with a supplier in China over suspected use of child workers, the first time it has taken such a step, after criticism that its monitoring of labour practices at suppliers was inadequate.