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A week after Malaysia ordered a partial lockdown to slow the spread of the coronavirus, construction supervisor Hafi Nazhan saw residents in his affluent Kuala Lumpur neighbourhood jogging outside.
Internet shutdowns cannot be justified at a time when access to information is critical to containing the deadly coronavirus pandemic, human rights groups have warned.
Many travellers told to self-isolate have complained they never received the SMS message to initiate a smartphone app connected to the wristbands. Chief information officer apologises and says staff will work out kinks in the system.
For Pakistani journalists, there’s only one channel that doesn’t exercise the mute button when they report difficult stories that involve their government or the country’s powerful military: YouTube.
Colombia on Feb 17 issued an ultimatum to Facebook, telling the Silicon Valley-based tech giant it must strengthen its security measures to better protect users' personal data in the Andean country.
Celcom has introduced Mega, a new postpaid plan starting from RM80 monthly with 30GB data and unlimited calls to all networks.
Deluged by misinformation about the new coronavirus on social media, some Asian governments are fighting back with arrests, fines and fake news laws.
An internal confidential document from the United Nations, leaked to The New Humanitarian and seen by The Associated Press, says that dozens of servers were "compromised” at offices in Geneva and Vienna.
Facebook Inc recommended rules on Jan 28 for how its independent oversight board will work and said a former human rights group director will lead the board's administrative staff.