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NEWS ANALYSIS: CLOUD computing has come a long way in adoption and maturity the past five years.
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LETTER | With the ongoing trade war and protectionism, external challenges abound.
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PETALING JAYA: A Sarawak MP has pledged to push for decriminalising attempted suicide when Dewan Rakyat convenes next month, following the recent case of a teenager in Kuching who jumped to her death ...
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GOMBAK: The responsibility of helping those with mental health issues must be shared by all ministries, says Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman.
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KUCHING (Bernama): Recently, Malaysians were shocked over the death of a teenage girl who committed suicide after 69% of pollsters on her Instagram account supported the option to kill herself.
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IT is distressing and heart-breaking to read the news of the teenage girl in Sarawak who leapt to her death after 69% of respondents in a poll she had conducted on her Instagram account recommended th...
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KUCHING: An academic has urged parents to keep a closer watch over their children, in the wake of reports that a teenager in Sarawak committed suicide after holding an Instagram poll on whether she sh...
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Had Instagram known what ‘D’ and ‘L’ meant in a girl’s online poll, the Sarawakian lass could have been spared from taking her own life. It didn’t, prompting debates – even in the UK parliament – on how social media platforms can help save troubled youngsters. There are also calls for action to be taken against the respondents who egged the teenager on to take her own life.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Government is making progress with its plan to come up with a law to tackle cyberbullying, says Gobind Singh Deo.
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PETALING JAYA: An Instagram executive told an inquiry by the UK Parliament’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee in Westminster that the poll which saw a teenager in Sarawak kill herself hou...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Social media users are advised to be more attentive and sensitive to any suicidal postings on social media to prevent incidents like what happened in Sarawak, on Tuesday, from recurring.
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PETALING JAYA: The tragic story of a teenager, who killed herself after respondents to an online poll encouraged her to do so, has shattered Malaysians.
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In response to the tragic incident where a 16-year-old teenager from Sarawak was found dead in an apparent suicide, the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) urges social media user...
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A 16-year-old teenager was found dead, believed to have fallen from the third floor of a shop lot in Kuching after she conducted an online poll to decide if she should kill herself or not, the Malay M...
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Malaysian police say a 16-year-old girl killed herself earlier this week, after she asked her Instagram followers whether she should live or die.
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PETALING JAYA: Those who incited a 16-year-old girl in Sarawak to commit suicide, based on a poll on her Instagram on whether she should live or die, may be liable to 20 years’ jail.
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BANGI: Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman will jump start a national discussion on the mental health state of Malaysian youth, following the suicide of a 16-year old teenager in Batu Kawah, Sarawak.
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Malaysian police are investigating the case of a teenager believed to have jumped to her death after asking her social media followers to vote on whether she should kill herself.
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PETALING JAYA: The authorities have been urged to investigate the case of a 16-year-old girl in Sarawak who committed suicide yesterday after holding a poll on her Instagram on whether she should live...
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PETALING JAYA: Mental health issues must be addressed and an alert system to notify concerned parties of suicidal postings on social media must be developed, says Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye following the apparent suicide of a teenager in Sarawak.
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PETALING JAYA: A DAP lawyer has urged authorities to investigate the case of a 16-year-old girl in Sarawak who committed suicide based on a poll on her Instagram on whether she should live or die.
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With private fitting rooms, members-only stores and clever apps, US department stores are reinventing their old and tested loyalty programs to fend off the challenge from e-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc and other online rivals.
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WHILE technology enables businesses to be more connected, consumers are increasingly more worried about their personal details, a survey by KPMG reveals.
KPMG | CISOs | Malaysia | 48% | 45% | 69% | Consumer Loss Barometer | 45 | 95 | 2 | 000 | 42 | 77 | 8 | 35 | 82 | 69 | 47 | 48 | 24 | 1 | 800 | 24
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The Road Transport Department (JPJ) has collected RM4.23 billion in revenue for last year, the bulk of which was from road tax renewals, said transport minister Anthony Loke.
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PUTRAJAYA: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) has collected RM4.23bil in revenue for last year, with the bulk of it coming from road tax renewals, said Anthony Loke.The Transport Minister said road tax renewals accounted for 69% of the amount, an increase of 3.32% as compared to the revenue collected in 2017.
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PUTRAJAYA: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) collected RM4.23bil in revenue for 2018, says Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
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The continuous evolution of digital transformation is outstripping the pace of cybersecurity in organisations.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Most of Felda’s 317 land schemes are now facing the problem of a significant change in demography with 69% of the settlers aged 61 to 79 years.The white paper on Felda tabled in Parliament by Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Azmin Ali highlights this challenge, with most elderly settlers still dependent on Felda for a living.
Felda | Azmin Ali | 69% | Most | KUALA LUMPUR | Felda | Parliament | Bernama | 317 | 79 | 61 | 80 | 45 | 25 | 31 | 956 | 4 | 008 | 3.4 | 69 | 23 | 112 | 635
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KUALA LUMPUR:Affin Hwang Capital research is positive on Axis REITS plans to develop Axis mega Distribution Centre Phase 2 into a grade-A distribution centre with green mark qualification and flexible modular space configuration.
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For the first time, a higher percentage of households in the US subscribe to a digital streaming service than to traditional pay television, according to the results of a survey released by Deloitte.
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GIVEN the pace of technology disruption, businesses often find themselves displaced or reacting too late to address their shortcomings.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 31): Almost nine in 10 Malaysian employees and job seekers surveyed recently think that digitalisation requires a different skillset than what they currently possess.