Monthly Archives: May 2019

Singapore Submits Bill for Online Protection

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg may not have meant to invite new rules and regulations when he said Facebook would work with the government for online protection, describing a “more active role for governments and regulators.” Singapore seems to agree with the goal of greater government involvement. What is the bill about? Zuckerberg wrote in the […]

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Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2019

Recently, a cyber security breaches survey report claimed that cyber attacks and cyber breaches have declined in the past year due to strict regulations like the GDPR. However,  businesses that suffered cyber breaches or attacks were hit often.  32% of companies and 22% of charities identified a cyber breach in the past year, which is […]

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Facebook Considering Restrictions in Its Live-Streaming Feature

In the wake of the Christchurch attacks and questions about the role of social media in them, Facebook is exploring restrictions in its live-streaming feature. After the dreadful attack in New Zealand, the dark side of social media reached another level, and Facebook now looks intent to address the live-streaming issue. Facebook COO’s letter highlights […]

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