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A man accused of selling replica guns online allegedly tried but failed to engage an unsuspecting private-hire car driver to deliver the goods, a district court heard on April 8.
A Moscow court on April 6 fined TikTok more than US$30,000 (RM123,795) for failing to delete posts calling for minors to join unsanctioned protests in support of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.
Chat groups similar to the now-defunct SG Nasi Lemak, which circulated obscene photos and video clips of women in Singapore, have resurfaced on messaging app Telegram. Some of the images show young women in the nude and are pornographic in nature.
The Kremlin said on March 30 it hopes Moscow will not be forced to block Western tech giants in the country but stressed that the companies had to abide by Russian law.
SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean independent panel created to review prosecution probes has decided to recommend that prosecutors cease investigating Samsung Electronics vice chairman Jay Y. Lee over an allegation of unlawful use of a prescription sedative, a prosecution official said on Friday.
The Boulder, Colorado, man who livestreamed the shooting scene at the King Soopers grocery store on Monday afternoon drew sharp criticism from some, and praise from others, for his actions.
The Republic of Congo was placed under an internet blackout as its presidential election was underway, drawing criticism about the transparency of the election.
Russian authorities said Tuesday they would block Twitter in a month if it doesn’t take steps to remove banned content, a move that escalates the Russian government’s drawn-out standoff with social media platforms that have played a major role in amplifying dissent in Russia.
An administrator of the SG Nasi Lemak Telegram chat group was found with more than 11,000 obscene photos and videos on his devices.
Political reform, racism, transgender rights – the audio app Clubhouse has unleashed unbridled debates about topics deemed dangerously sensitive in Saudi Arabia, but surveillance fears have spooked users in the authoritarian state.