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Leaked data of some 533 million Facebook users resurfaced again, prompting fears of a wave of sophisticated email scams relying on these stolen contact names.
Skull fractures, lacerations, dislocations, brain injuries, contusions, spinal injuries, dental injuries and burns. These are just a few of the common e-scooter injuries listed in a January meta-study by Canada’s public health authority.
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.
Truck driver takes own life after BeiDou, the Chinese version of GPS, failed and resulted in a hefty police fine
China has heavily promoted its BeiDou alternative to the GPS system, mandating it be installed in millions of trucks, boats, and buses. Users have reported constant problems, but claim they are given hefty fines for glitches.
In an unusual step, Twitch, the Amazon-owned livestreaming service popular among gamers, has formally adopted a policy to suspend users if they engage in “severe misconduct” that occurs off the platform.
The Singapore Police Force (SPF) has alerted the public to a new trend of scams involving text messages advertising fake jobs with attractive hourly-rated salaries.
(Reuters) - Live-streaming service Twitch will ban users for offenses such as hate-group membership or credible threats of mass violence that occur entirely away from the site, in a new approach to moderating the platform, the company said on Wednesday.
One gang of cybercriminals extorted at least US$75mil (RM309.86mil) from private sector companies, local governments and hospitals, a former NSA contractor concluded in a months-long study released on April 7, an alarming sign of the potential financial rewards for online attacks.
A network of video game cheats was recently dismantled in China. By offering gamers subscriptions allowing them to obtain numerous advantages, this network is believed to have amassed more than US$750mil (RM3.09bil).
False advertising, unlicensed workers and non-refundable advance payments are rife. Digital economy accounts for growing share of GDP but the law has not been updated at the same pace.