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Prime Minister Phankham Viphavanh has instructed authorities in charge to continue with the vaccination of target groups and to offer the vaccine to all other citizens, so that the target could be reached or even exceeded.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Monday the company planned to launch several audio products, including Clubhouse-style live audio rooms and a way for users to find and play podcasts.Facebook's incursion into the audio market comes as the sudden explosion of interest in Clubhouse, an audio app where billionaires and celebrities including Tesla CEO Elon Musk have popped in to chat, could be waning. Downloads of the Clubhouse app, which is only available on Apple's iOS devices, suffered an estimated 70% decline in downloads in March from February when it hit a high.
Early on April 16, Apple Music sent a carefully worded letter to artistes, music labels and publishers that briefly explained “how creators earn royalties” from the streaming service, which is the world’s second-largest, behind Spotify.
Hong Kong police, security chief issue ‘fake news’ warnings over media coverage of national security events
Row erupts over images showing children playing at police college open day with toy guns on mocked-up train, in scene said to resemble controversial 2019 protest incidentPolice chief slams some coverage of National Security Education Day, says arrests will be made where evidence shows breach of Beijing-decreed legislation
PETALING JAYA: Phase two of the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme will kick off tomorrow, with vaccines expected to be administered to 9.4 million people comprising the elderly, the chronically ill and people with disabilities.
(Reuters) - An advocacy group on Thursday called on Facebook Inc Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg to not create a version of photo-sharing app Instagram for children who are under 13, as it would put them at "great risk".
In the midst of the heated US presidential race last summer, with hypercharged scrutiny of partisan propaganda on social media, Facebook Inc chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg received a letter from a group of US senators led by Massachusetts Democrat Elizabeth Warren that had nothing to do with elections. They were angry about a year-old piece of climate news.
Facebook’s independent Oversight Board announced on April 13 it would start accepting requests to remove “harmful content” that users believe has been wrongly allowed to remain on the leading social network.
Beijing among several of Japan’s neighbours expressing concern and regret about Tokyo’s announcement it will release contaminated water in 2022United States appears to side with Japan and says it will monitor ‘the effectiveness of this approach’
(Reuters) -Facebook users will now be able to ask the company's independent oversight board to rule on content that has been left up on the platform, not just content that has been taken down, in a key expansion of the panel's scope.