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KUALA LUMPUR: The World Bank recently estimated that up to 49 million people could be pushed into poverty due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But for many Malaysians, that was already a very real risk even before the world turned upside down.
BANGKOK, Aug 10 (The Nation Thailand/ANN): The government’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) said on Monday (August 10) that there was no new case over a 24-hour period, the 77th day without domestic cases since May.
President Donald Trump’s bans on two popular Chinese social media apps – TikTok and WeChat – are the latest moves in an escalating US-China rift, and point to a future where technology and innovation are increasingly walled behind political barriers.
Microsoft Corp has emerged as the most likely buyer of the US operations of TikTok, the popular Chinese short-video app that US President Donald Trump is preparing to effectively ban on national security grounds.
BANGKOK, Aug 9, 2020 (AFP): A Thai activist took aim at the government for "threatening" the pro-democracy movement at a protest Sunday -- a day after his bail release on sedition charges for his role in a recent rally.
HONG KONG, Aug 10, 2020 (AFP): Shares in a Hong Kong media group critical of Beijing soared more than 300 per cent on Monday as democracy activists hit social media urging investors to support the media company after its owner was arrested under the city's new security law.
A ban by President Donald Trump's administration on Chinese mobile apps such as TikTok and WeChat risks fragmenting an already fragile global Internet and creating an American version of China's "Great Firewall".
India's plan to regulate "non-personal" data has jolted US tech giants Amazon, Facebook and Google, and a group representing them is preparing to push back against the proposals, according to sources and a letter seen by Reuters.
If Donald Trump wanted to shore up America’s national security with his Thursday night executive orders pinpointing two Chinese apps, he has certainly not achieved much.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Over two days of video calls earlier this month, about a dozen students from Thailand’s Kasetsart and Mahanakorn universities debated whether to break a taboo that could land them in jail: openly challenging the country’s powerful monarchy, according to two people on the calls.