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Taiwan authorities have accused Chinese Internet trolls of sowing panic over the coronavirus outbreak, with much of the disinformation falsely implying the island has an out of control epidemic.
During Lent, Catholics are called on to give up something, like sweets. On Feb 26, Pope Francis added a modern twist to the list of things to quit during the season and beyond: insulting people on social media.
Mike Bloomberg’s stockpile of cash, swarm of employees and paid social media influencers are testing the abilities of online platforms – and his Democratic challengers – to keep up with an expensive internet campaign.
Authorities censor intellectuals who have criticised officials’ handling of the outbreak. Posts calling for freedom of speech after the death of Li Wenliang, the doctor punished for alerting people about the virus, are removed.
More than a decade ago, Japan pioneered ways to profit from mobile games with a technique called gacha, which nudged players to spend lavishly on acquiring special characters or mighty weapons. Now developers, publishers and analysts say the trailblazers have peaked and their future is one of steady decline.
Thailand's prime minister and the army denied on Wednesday opposition accusations in parliament that the military targets political opponents and rights activists with online propaganda campaigns run from fake accounts on Facebook and Twitter.
Breaking days of silence in which he kept millions of Malaysians in suspense, interim Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohammad finally addressed the nation and gave some hint as to what political future he was trying to build.
PETALING JAYA: Actress Sangeeta Krishnasamy was left “speechless” after watching the Eye On The Ball feature film, which highlights the Malaysian blind football team’s struggles and efforts to represent the country.