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Turkey’s parliament on July 29 passed a controversial bill giving the government greater control of social media and criticised by human rights advocates as an attempt to increase online censorship.
The coronavirus pandemic may be a drag on economies across the globe, but in Japan it’s bringing long-overdue change in work habits and tools.
Packed rallies are out, along with their cheers and jeers. In comes the Internet, with its memes and trolls.
Israel's armoury in the battle against the novel coronavirus includes thermal cameras scanning crowds and algorithms trawling vast medical databanks for real-time indicators of an infection spike.
Slovakia's Constitutional Court on May 13 suspended parts of a new law allowing state authorities to access data collected by telecommunications operators as part of plans to track contacts of people infected with the coronavirus.
Alphabet Inc’s ambitious dream to create a city of the future on Toronto’s waterfront is over.
Religious councils are providing online payment solutions for zakat fitrah (tithe), so the public can perform their religious duties while staying at home.
UK lawmakers questioned whether social media giants are doing enough to stop the spread of false information, after a conspiracy theory that 5G technology is contributing to the Covid-19 pandemic led to a spate of attacks on telecom masts and engineers.
Australia’s coronavirus contact-tracing app was downloaded more than one million times in the first hours of its release, despite privacy and security concerns.
Hundreds of people have been arrested across Asia for posting purported false coronavirus information, according to an AFP investigation, deepening concerns that growing government efforts to combat “fake news” will target the wrong people and silence dissent.