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You might have heard that the fear of a new virus from China is spreading faster than the actual virus.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Feb 17 ordered immediate action against women who live stream their sales pitches on Facebook wearing revealing clothing. The prime minister said the practice erodes traditional Cambodian values and disgraces women.
Malaysians look to upgrade their Internet skills in the wake of Covid-19, while Singapore and a conference fall victim to fears over the spread of the virus.
Enric Catala, a Barcelona sommelier, watched in dismay as clients began cancelling the wine tastings he’d set up at this year’s showpiece technology congress known as MWC.
The British government said on Feb 12 that it plans to allow its broadcast regulator to police the Internet and issue substantial fines when social media giants fail to remove "online harm".
As frontliners fight against the spread of coronavirus, health officials and social media platforms take on viral misinformation.
Facebook will do a better job of preventing bad actors from abusing its platform to manipulate this year's US presidential election than it did four years ago, public affairs chief Nick Clegg said on Jan 20.
In the days after the US government said it would bar Huawei Technologies Co from buying vital American components, the Chinese company’s founder, Ren Zhengfei, pulled together an emergency meeting of his top lieutenants at headquarters in Shenzhen.
Facebook Inc is not backing down on its policy to show political ads, even after competitors have made changes amid concerns that tech platforms allow politicians to amplify misleading messages.
The Singaporean government on Nov 29 again invoked its recently enacted "fake news” law, this time ordering Facebook Inc to publish a correction notice on a post made by an anti-government blog.