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JAKARTA (Reuters) - Southeast Asia technology group Sea's shopping arm Shopee has apologised over an online advertisement in Indonesia that ignited uproar on social media for mocking victims of sexual harassment and abuse.
As worldwide restrictions push more people online, digital gender abuse is likely to worsen now that the Internet is an absolute necessity and there is no escape from it, said Azmina Dhrodia, a senior researcher at the World Wide Web Foundation.
Santa cannot sit with kids in shopping malls this year, but they can still tell him their Christmas wishlist in a video chat at home.
The founder of the #MeToo movement marked its third anniversary on Oct 15 by launching an online platform to fight sexual violence, hoping to expand the reach of the campaign against harassment and assault.
Though social media challenges started out as fun, experts worry that the trend has taken a turn for the worse.
Growing up, Naseem Badar heard stories from her parents, uncles and aunts of how they fled for their lives from their village in northern India amidst bloody riots during the Partition and made their way to the newly created country of Pakistan.
Technology that helped catch a US serial murderer, dubbed the Golden State Killer, could be used to track down aid workers who sexually abuse girls and women overseas, according to the team behind a groundbreaking project in the Philippines.
The baseless conspiracy theory took off after an anonymous user posed a bizarre question in an Internet chatroom: What if retail giant Wayfair is using pricey storage cabinets to traffic children?
In a matter of weeks, the coronavirus pandemic sparked a technological revolution in healthcare systems across the world that might otherwise have taken years.
An official 23-minute video previews the setting, story, factions and features of The Last Of Us Part II, PlayStation's tentpole release that debuts this June.