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MORE than 100 people gathered to attend the memorial service of the late Consumer Association of Penang (CAP) president SM Mohamed Idris.
CAP founder remembered for selfless service to the people.
From MARTIN KHOR, Honorary Secretary, Consumers’ Association of Penang, Advisor, Third World Network.
GEORGE TOWN: In his fight for a better world, social activist S.M. Mohamed Idris (pic) got his message across loud and clear – even without a mobile phone.
VERY soon after 2019 began, the country has been engrossed in new political developments: the resignation of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the meeting of the Prime Minister with the Johor Ruler, the debate on where to draw the line between freedom of speech and insults to the powers that be, new corruption cases ... And so on.
This is the last day of a landmark year, both nationally with the collapse of the old regime, and globally with the crumbling of the post-1945 world liberal order.
The arrest of a top Huawei executive may spark a conflict that could cripple America’s rivals and unleash chaos in the world order.
The Digital Age is now upon us, for better or worse. There is a need for a national digital economy and society policy to realise the promises while minimising the pitfalls.
Malaysia punched above its weight at last week’s Asean Summit, where key decisions on the RCEP trade deal were postponed because many issues were unresolved.
MANY governments are working on national policies on the digital economy. They correctly believe that the forces of computerisation, robotics and artificial intelligence are fast changing production and consumption systems.