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Details such as passwords, meeting IDs, host keys and names belonging to Zoom account users have been posted on the dark web.
The Communications and Multimedia Consumer Forum of Malaysia (CFM) said users in Malaysia may be experiencing some issues with their Internet connectivity at this time due to network congestion.
The courts in Shanghai will use AI assistants to transcribe case notes, pull out files and present digitised evidence. The six-month pilot programme is part of a broader effort to modernise China’s judicial system through the use of technology.
Finding solutions to the coronavirus outbreak was top of the agenda as businesses for good met on March 31 for one of the key annual global conferences on social enterprise but there was a difference this year — it was a virtual event.
MCO: Malaysia’s women’s affairs ministry calls on women to ‘stop nagging, use makeup’ in coronavirus advice
Coronavirus lockdown advice issued by Malaysia that urges women to dress up at home and avoid nagging their husbands sparked a sexism row on March 31, with critics saying it promotes gender stereotypes.
Slavery survivors in India are using WhatsApp groups to raise awareness about coronavirus among their peers in villages where many former bonded labourers are unaware of the pandemic.
Millennials, young adults in their 20s and 30s, who are under “shelter-at-home” orders in major cities from New York to California are facing the prospect of being physically detached, but this generation is the one most prepared for the long lonely slog, experts said.
Niall Ferguson’s Networld from PBS is a look at the rise of online social networks like Facebook and Twitter, but it also explores the same principles that are a matter of life and death as the globe confronts a killer virus.
When Namibian activist Venicia Shanjenka first saw the tweet naming and shaming a rapist in the tiny southern African country of 2.5 million, she thought it was a brave but isolated act.
Netflix and Amazon are battling a dizzying array of homegrown outfits, from Bollywood producers to broadcasters, for dominance of India's streaming market, a key target as growth in Western countries slows.