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As Halloween is only two weeks away, here are scary movies about privacy invasions that serve as cautionary tales about stranger danger on the Internet.
If not for the incident that went viral involving Universiti Malaysia Sabah student Veveonah Mosibin, who was forced to climb a tree to get an Internet connection to sit for an online examination, most people would have remained blissfully unaware that not all Malaysians enjoy high-speed Internet access.
Getting a good personal computer – even a second-hand model – and maintaining it well are paramount for staying productive in the pandemic age.
Jendela initiative to provide 4G network coverage to Sabahan student Veveonah’s Kampung Sapatalang in 2021
Under Jendela, 17 communication towers have been allocated for Pitas where the construction of seven towers have been completed, two are still under construction while eight more are being planned.
Some pupils have to share their parents’ mobile phones with their siblings to take online classes, Alliance for Children Development Rights finds. About 18% of the parents say they do not have WiFi at home.
‘Treetop Girl’ Veveonah did not have online exams the day she recorded viral video, says Deputy Minister
Communications and Multimedia Ministry deputy minister Datuk Zahidi Zainul Abidin said not to be fooled by YouTubers or some people trying to raise certain issues.
Rural areas are on the fast track to 4G while China has lost its appetite for mukbang videos.
Nothing kills work-from-home motivation like slow Internet. It’s an issue some are facing for the first time as the Covid-19 pandemic sent them out of the office and into remote workspaces at home.
Governments in Asia continue to use tech in different ways to curb the spread of Covid-19.
As the Covid-19 pandemic rages across the United States, many schools are making permanent plans to conduct classes virtually this fall.