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Mail delivery phishing scammers cheat Hongkongers out of HK$2.2mil as demand for delivery during Covid-19 pandemic surges
Criminals sent victims fake messages or emails purportedly from Hongkong Post asking for credit card details to cover a mailing fee, police say. The information was then used to make online purchases, with one man cheated out of HK$75,000.
The 39-year-old suspect, an English teacher at a tutorial centre in Tuen Mun, was detained at his home in Tin Shui Wai. The tutorial centre fired him on Sunday and police have seized his computer to check for child pornography.
With a sale to Salesforce, Slack’s co-founder and chief executive officer Stewart Butterfield is back in a familiar position: running the startup he created while inside a corporate behemoth.
Experts say deepfakes have the potential to disrupt financial markets and aid fraud, but there remain few real-world examples so far. People in China are growing increasingly concerned about deepfakes and biometric data leaks as the use of facial recognition grows.
Making a new smartphone isn’t always a pretty process. According to Apple, 79% of the carbon emissions associated with the total lifespan of an iPhone 11 are emitted during the production phase.
Hong Kong teacher accused of luring underage girls into taking indecent selfies in exchange for online game weapons
Mother of eight-year-old girl alerted police after finding the indecent photos on her daughter’s phone, police say. The primary school teacher is suspected of convincing seven young girls to supply such pictures over a two-year period.
The couple, both aged 30, were accused of touting accessories bearing forged trademarks through live shows on social media web page. They have been released on bail, while officers are investigating the source of about 2,000 suspected fake items found in a Sha Tin flat.
A tip is nice, but ‘thank you’ goes a long way for Hong Kong’s growing army of food delivery workers
More join the ranks of food delivery people as pandemic sparks sharp increase in orders.
Patients register their mobile number once admitted, and are taught how to check their own vital signs and input data, minimising contact with workers. Facility at exhibition centre near the airport has received nearly 600 coronavirus patients between the ages of 18 and 60.
Victims suffer online abuse, threats and obscenities as netizens attack political rivals. Cyberbullying cases rise as Hongkongers spend more time online during pandemic.