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Topic: Internet users

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The Austrian government on May 16 warned Internet users to shun an online cow-kissing challenge, calling it a “dangerous nuisance”.
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CYBERJAYA: Fraud through the Internet including fake news continues to haunt Malaysians as more and more people falling into the trap of cybercrime since 2016.
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CYBERJAYA, May 17 ― Fraud through the internet including fake news continues to haunt Malaysians as more and more people having been falling into the trap of cybercrime since 2016.
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PETALING JAYA: While Malaysians say they are concerned about the spread of fake news, many prefer to get their information via social media rather than genuine news sites, Bernama reported.
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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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PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has advised against spreading images of a 16-year-old Sarawakian girl who took her own life after holding a vote if she should do so on social media.
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In the Philippines – where 76 million Internet users stay online the longest in the world – just a handful of people spend a few hours each day to fight fake news about the upcoming midterm elections.
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PUTRAJAYA: The Domestic Trade and Con­sumer Affairs Ministry will be looking into ways to promote the use of e-commerce in a bid to drive down prices of goods.
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Alphabet Inc’s Google has completed a 10,000-kilometre (6,214-mile) subsea cable linking the coast of California to Chile, a key step in its plans to bolster its global cloud computing infrastructure.
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PUTRAJAYA: The next step forward for the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry to drive down prices of goods and services for consumers would be to bolster e-commerce.
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As the tech industry faces criticism and regulatory pressure over its handling of user data, Apple has positioned itself as a champion for privacy.
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Cash-strapped Internet users can tap into a wealth of footage to post on their social media feeds and pass off as their own.
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PETALING JAYA: Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are now working again after a worldwide outage, which lasted for about two hours on Sunday (April 14).
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The mother of a 3-year-old girl who models clothing for a Chinese shopping website has apologised after videos of her appearing to beat her daughter appeared online.
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Microsoft has made it possible for users to test the latest versions of the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge, a free web browser that serves as a basis for several other programs including Google Chrome.
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OPINION: Last week, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) told Malaysians to be sensible.
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An Australian teen who egged a far-right senator over his offensive comments about the Christchurch mosque attacks has been hailed as “heroic” by Internet users, who have raised thousands of dollars in support of his protest.
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World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee on March 11 slammed the increasing commodification of personal information and appealed for Internet users to strive to maintain “complete control” of their data.
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The government is looking into the possibility of authorising the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) to remove fake news and racist posts from social media, Communications and M...
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A children’s song with patriotic lyrics praising Huawei Technologies has gone viral, China’s state-run tabloid the Global Times said, although the Chinese company has distanced itself from the video which has been mocked online.
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The Minister of Communications and Multimedia, Gobind Singh Deo earlier today has made a remark regarding the significant number of contents that Internet users in Malaysia have downloaded through Bit...
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SERDANG, Feb 14 — Malaysian Internet users downloaded 84 million content files of films and TV shows using peer-to-peer file sharing network BitTorrent last year, Communications and Multimedia Minis...
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PUTRAJAYA: The government has yet to decide on whether or not to ban the sale of illegal Android TV boxes currently available in the local market.
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PUTRAJAYA (Feb 13): The Government has yet to decide on whether or not to ban the sale of Android TV boxes currently available in the local market.
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PUTRAJAYA, Feb 13 — The government has yet to decide on whether or not to ban the sale of illegal Android TV boxes currently available in the local market.
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Social media authors and corporate reviewers of official accounts self-censor while authorities clamp down on politically sensitive topics. Comments also silenced on #MeToo, gene-edited babies, health scandals and disgraced public figures.
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Communist Party’s official outlets scouring country for new media specialists to reach 800 million web users and squeeze out ‘undesirable influences’.
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The world now has more than 4.3 billion Internet users, almost 80% of whom are active on social media, according to the new Digital 2019 report from the We Are Social creative agency and the Hootsuite social media management platform.
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Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said his predecessor Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak was becoming popular on social media because he is coming up with a lot of stories for the Internet users and med...
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Microsoft Corp's Bing search engine was accessible for some Internet users in mainland China late on Jan 24, indicating that online access to the foreign technology service may have been restored within the country's Great Firewall.
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KOTA KINABALU: A Sabah lawyer has cautioned that the ban on smoking in the state may be challenged as it should be framed under different legislation from the ban in the peninsula.
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PETALING JAYA: Seven months after the implementation of the Mandatory Standard on Access Pricing (MSAP), Internet users are still waiting for higher broadband speeds at good prices.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 11): Malaysian internet users have increasingly moved towards online video and voice calls compared to traditional voice calls, according to a survey by the Malaysian Communications ...
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A Russian-funded English-language website aimed at sowing divisions among Americans has had a vital Internet security certificate yanked, meaning US Internet users will have difficulty accessing the site.