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PORTLAND: A more than US$500mil record heist from a Japanese cryptocurrency exchange, the latest in a long line of high-profile hacks, is directing attention to a new kind of venue that makes it harder for would-be thieves. They’re not, however, impervious to attack.
JAKARTA: Fintech firms, offering loans of as little as a few hundred dollars, are seeing a spike in lending in Indonesia where tens of millions of people have little or no access to bank credit – helping alleviate a financing shortfall estimated at more than US$73bil.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon has restricted the release of critical information on the progress being made in the war in Afghanistan, a move that will limit transparency, the U.S. government's top watchdog on Afghanistan said on Monday.
PETALING JAYA: Australian real estate giant Raine and Horne International's office in Kuala Lumpur has been implicated in the alleged corruption case involving Majlis Amanah Rakyat's (Mara) acquisition of a prime property in Melbourne.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has frozen RM4mil in 17 bank accounts over allegations of corruption and abuse of power by a Perlis government agency director.
Russian-linked Twitter bots shared Donald Trump’s tweets almost half a million times during the final months of the 2016 election, Twitter Inc said in a submission to Congress.
BEIJING: A boy from Guangzhou suffering from leukemia has squandered a huge sum of money set aside for his medical treatment by his mum - 150,000 yuan (RM92,011) - on online games.
JAKARTA: Fintech firms, offering loans of as little as a few hundred dollars, are seeing a spike in lending in Indonesia where tens of millions of people have little or no access to bank credit - helping alleviate a financing shortfall estimated at more than $73 billion.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has the highest number of IP addresses uploading and downloading photographs and visuals of child pornography in South-East Asia, authorities have said.
Threats of violence. Nasty slurs. Personal information posted on a website purportedly beloved by stalkers. Diversity advocates at Google – including the Mountain View tech giant's highest-ranking inclusion officer – are being targeted by a small group of colleagues in an internal culture war, according to a new report.