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The Week That Was: Internet connectivity and fake news make local headlines while Facebook faces #StopHateforProfit reckoning
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission says the increase in compounds issued to telcos proves its commitment in improving service.
After ‘puding buih’ incident, MOH’s Food Safety and Quality Division wants to regulate home-based online food businesses
Home-based food sellers that offer delivery services in Malaysia will soon be required to register with the Food Safety and Quality Division under the Health Ministry.
Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said, in a Bernama report last week, that the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) had risen by two to 10 times the normal amount, and that new stock would constantly be needed, as it is one of the disposable items used daily.
Why Chinese cities such as Chengdu and Wuhan are attracting top tech talent in search of a better life
Local governments in cities like Wuhan and Chengdu have been eager to boost innovation and cultivate the next big technology unicorns.
China’s ambitious plan to assign lifelong scores to citizens based on their behaviour has stoked international concern, even as the project remains nascent and numerous hurdles must be overcome before the experiment can be implemented nationwide.
Ireland announced plans to rein in popular short-term rental services such as Airbnb in a bid to address a historic housing shortage.
A startup incubator on the outskirts of Shanghai is laying out sweeteners for budding entrepreneurs: Free office space, subsidised housing rent, tax breaks and in some cases, cash of up to 200,000 yuan (RM124,756).
Airbnb agreed to withdraw a payment system in France, suspected of facilitating tax avoidance, after the government complained it could potentially be used to launder money and lead to a loss in revenues.
Denmark wants to bring the so-called sharing economy into its legal codex so that companies like Uber and Airbnb can be absorbed into the Scandinavian welfare model.
A northern Japanese city's efforts to rebuild its electric power system after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami mark a quiet shift away from the country's old utility model toward self-reliant, local generation and transmission.