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THE phrase “It’s darkest before the dawn” will resonate with many Malaysians as the end of the year approaches.
China’s ‘wild era’ of Internet may be ending as new personal data protection law seeks to curb Big Tech’s control over user data
The draft version of the new law significantly increases penalties for companies responsible for data breaches, proposing fines of up to US$7.6mil. Given the huge size of the Chinese big data market, some believe the penalties under the new law are light and that it has some shortcomings.
Tech giants that break new EU rules aimed at curbing their powers could face fines, be ordered to change their practices or even be forced to break up their European businesses, the bloc’s digital chief Thierry Breton said on Nov 25.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee on Wednesday stripped two Romanian weightlifting athletes of their medals from the 2012 Olympic Games and disqualified a third over the use of anabolic steroids.
SEOUL (Reuters): A South Korean agency for protecting personal information on Wednesday (Nov 25) fined Facebook 6.7 billion won (US$6 million) and sought a criminal investigation for providing users' personal information to other operators without consent.
A South Korean agency for protecting personal information on Nov 25 fined Facebook Inc 6.7bil won (US$6.06mil or RM24.72mil) and sought a criminal investigation for providing users’ personal information to other operators without consent.
The European Union will unveil major proposals to regulate Big Tech next month, in what could force a revolution in the way Google or Facebook do business.
LONDON: Britain's telecoms companies could be fined up to 10% of turnover or 100,000 pounds ($133,140) a day if they contravene a ban on using equipment made by China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd under a new law put forward on Tuesday.
PARIS (Reuters) - Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy briefly appeared in court on Monday to face trial on corruption accusations before judges suspended the hearings until Nov. 26 to assess the health of one of his co-defendants.
PARIS (Reuters) - Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy goes on trial on Monday accused of trying to bribe a judge and of influence-peddling, one of several criminal investigations that threaten to cast an ignominious pall over his decades-long political career.