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As countries emerge from lockdowns imposed to blunt the coronavirus pandemic, dozens have rolled out phone apps to track a person's movements and who they come into contact with, giving officials a vital tool for limiting contagion risks.
After experiencing political changes earlier this year and the onslaught of new coronavirus disease (Covid-19), it’s high time that Malaysia took another look at its national digital plan.
TAIPEI (Reuters): Taiwan's constitutional court on Friday (May 29)decriminalised adultery in a landmark judgment aimed at upholding personal rights and privacy, scrapping a law that activists said discriminated against women.
TOKYO (AFP): The death of a young Japanese reality TV star targeted by online abuse has sparked an outpouring of grief in the country and calls for stronger measures to tackle cyberbullying.
Twitter Inc and Facebook Inc have both sparked the ire of Donald Trump, but the social networks have taken nearly opposite approaches to politics and the president.
Google has called on the European Union to use current EU laws to govern the use of artificial intelligence rather than draft new ones and cautioned against a one size fits all regulatory framework because of AI's diverse applications.
A Philippine court has sentenced an American to life in prison on charges of sexually exploiting Filipino children using webcams to sell videos, photos and livestreams to buyers abroad, an official said on May 27.
BEIJING (Xinhua): Chinese lawmakers Thursday (May 28) voted to adopt the country's long-expected Civil Code at the third session of the 13th National People's Congress, the top legislature.
Pakistan’s intelligence services are deploying secretive surveillance technology normally used to locate militants to instead track coronavirus patients and the people they come into contact with.
The US state of Arizona filed a lawsuit on May 27 accusing Google of committing fraud by being deceptive about gathering location data.