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QUITO (Reuters) - An indigenous community in Ecuador's Amazon region is blocking access to one of state oil company Petroecuador's main fields in a protest over compensation, prompting the company to request help from the armed forces to deliver supplies.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said on Wednesday a planned new law would see social media companies fined up to 10% of turnover or 18 million pounds ($25 million) if they failed to stamp out online abuses such as racist hate crimes, while senior managers could also face criminal action.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): In its latest Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) report, the company revealed less than one million ransomware attempts (804,513) were monitored in 2020, less than half of 2019’s over 1.9 million detections.
Twitter Inc has removed or restricted access to more than 50 posts in the past one month at the behest of the Indian government, including tweets that criticised its handling of the coronavirus pandemic, the Indian Express newspaper reported.
Technology such as touchless payment systems to order food and apps to schedule times to ride attractions or make dining reservations is meant to reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19.
LONDON (Reuters) -Chelsea are set to pull out of the breakaway European Super League in a major blow to the plans for a new competition to rival the Champions League, the BBC reported on Tuesday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - U.S. broadcaster Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty has appealed to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) to order Russian authorities to refrain from enforcing fines on its Moscow bureau that would cause "irreversible harm".
Netizens have reacted negatively to the ad, calling it "offensive" and "insulting" towards religious sensitivities.
A REBEL group has accused Myanmar’s military of deploying “excessive force”, saying that continuous airstrikes have displaced more than 12,000 unarmed civilians, including children.
Pakistan has blocked video sharing app TikTok for a second time, after a court ordered the platform shut down over “unethical and immoral content”.