The Indian government has recently passed an order that allows intelligence agencies to access data stored on computers anywhere in the country.
Huawei’s CEO says the Chinese government is not allowed access to its customer data.
The decision made it possible to gather data on about 87 million Facebook users
The National Authority for Combating Drugs is to update a database of drug addicts.
A ceremony in Vientiane for the build of a Lao national seismic monitoring network.
Funding from the multi-agency supported Capacity Development Partnership Fund helps education professionals collect and track data to identify and address pressing issues in the community that may prevent some children from attending school regularly or from enrolling at all, writes Latifah Azlan.
Ministries will start conducting data surveys on the agriculture and fishery sectors.
The country’s Consumer Price Index stood at 2.34 last year and rose to 2.98 this year.
Four global tech giants will oppose an Australian law that would require them to provide access to private encrypted data.
China’s state planner yesterday called for further advancement in the country’s $3.8 trillion digital economy.
Amazon is in talks with Chile to house and mine massive amounts of telescopic data.
Europe’s new data privacy law puts tech firms that track people online in jeopardy.
US technology giants oppose India’s push to store data locally.
The government on Friday highlighted the need for greater access to data to further the country’s development, urging the private sector to participate in public surveys.
Report dispute between Koh Kong Officials and a human rights NGO over data collection planned to solve land disputes.
Australia is preparing to ban Huawei Technologies Co Ltd from supplying equipment.
Britain’s data regulator to fine Facebook half a million pounds over data breach.
Some websites continue to deliver targeted advertisements to users without consent.
A new joint venture will result in the creation of the biggest data centre.
British lawmakers want their European counterparts to quiz Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about a scandal over improper use of millions of Facebook users’ data, as he will not give evidence in London.
New EU data protection laws take effect on May 25 to protect users’ online information.
Malaysia is investigating an alleged attempt to sell the data of more than 46 million mobile phone subscribers online.
Sabay and Smart Axiata announce a partnership marrying Soyo and StreamOn.
Plans are afoot to put QR barcodes on vehicle licence plates to manage data, protect against fraud and make police investigations easier.