Europe’s data protection laws highlight how weak personal data ownership laws are in Singapore. The system favours businesses and government agencies, often at the cost of individual privacy.
Coronavirus: A look at how the media responded to the biggest story of the week.
The Philippine government filed a legal motion to revoke ABS-CBN’s franchise. The move is part of Duterte’s wider strategy to drown out the free press and control public discourse.
Despite major security concerns, some ASEAN nations are open to partnering with Huawei to develop their 5G networks. Can debates in Europe and the US offer any lessons for Southeast Asia?
Online casinos are investing vast sums of time and money in protecting their customers’ data. Despite this effort, cyber threats remain a major concern for their operations.
Malaysia is making her mark as a Southeast Asian digital hub and serves as a strong case study on the promises and challenges the digital economy faces in bridging the urban-rural divide.
Myanmar’s domestic investigation has concluded the military didn’t commit genocide. The announcement fits with the government’s recent refusal to mend its broken National Human Rights Commission.
The State Bank of Vietnam has proposed implementing foreign ownership limits in the country’s fintech sector. This would inhibit growth in one of the nation’s most promising industries.
China is exporting its AI-driven surveillance technology to Thailand. Thais should be concerned about further privacy breaches and freedom of speech limits.
Nearly two years after it made its debut in Indonesia, GrabKitchens has arrived in Singapore. How did the Singapore-based tech giant end up a laggard in its own backyard in a segment that it dominates elsewhere?