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Legislation follows rising tensions with US that has seen tech companies targeted by Washington. Details of law have yet to be made public, but proposals are intended to protect national security.
MCMC tells the public to watch out for parody accounts while PDRM highlights a new anti-scam system.
Internet freedom monitors have their eyes trained on Guinea ahead of its tension-filled election on Oct 18, fearing that the government will restrict access to social media to weaken the opposition.
Australia’s central bank said it still doesn’t see a strong case to introduce a digital currency, given the nation’s current payments system was recently upgraded and meets the needs of most firms and consumers.
Twitter Inc will remove posts that deny the Holocaust for violating its hateful conduct policy, according to a company spokeswoman.
Google teams have announced a new Android feature that allows individuals who are deaf or hearing-impaired to receive a written notification in case of sound.
Genshin Impact has been touted as the biggest ever global launch of a Chinese game. The slogan for Shanghai-based miHoYo, the company behind the game: ‘tech otakus save the world’.
Turkey will penalise Facebook with escalating fines and could make it excrutiatingly slow to use the platform if the company flouts a new social media law that could be used to stifle dissent.
YouTube is trying the old adage "think before you speak", with a reminder to users to reconsider and rephrase potentially offensive comments.
Facebook Inc on Oct 7 banned calls for poll watching that use "militarised language”, as it tightened a slew of restrictions ahead of US elections next month amid mounting alarm that unfounded claims online could result in violence.