Online businesses using the Facebook to sell products and services face being taxed.
They distort the marketplace, lead to revenue loss and undermine consumer safety. A robust policy is needed.
Sreyneang says from now on she will refrain from sexy clothes for broadcasts.
Taing Rinith documents the lives of the sex workers who conduct their business online. They may use fake names here, but their stories are true.
Virus-phobia sends hundreds of millions of Chinese flocking to online working options.
A wave of recently introduced laws in countries across Southeast Asia has increased authorities’ control over the internet and criminalised any online activity deemed to be “subversive.”
Property experts say Cambodia’s online gambling ban is a sensible move.
Ministry warns online gamblers that they are vulnerable to hacking.
A Memorandum of Understanding to expand online job-information service.
Health ministry is to issue a proclamation to regulate cosmetics sold online.
Va Sonyka enumerates some of the most useful websites where you can learn various courses at your own pace. And yes, you can access them for free!
Big Tech firms are clobbering traditional news organizations.
Some people land a job effortlessly, some don’t. Some young people, especially those who have newly graduated, find it hard to get their dream jobs mainly because they don’t know how and where to obtain the right information on the application requirements and process.
Bun Park, managing director of Camazoon and the founder of Phzar, discusses the Kingdom’s e-commerce potential.
Over 50 Chinese are arrested suspected of running an illegal online gambling ring.
Political parties are taking advantage of Australia’s open policy on online information gathering in their polls campaigns, Reuters notes.
A new online shopping tool to buying products made using ethical palm oil.
East Asia has overtaken North America as the most ‘data rich’ region. But Asia is already at the doorstep of the next big disruption with 5G. Is that a boon or bane? Hosuk Lee-Makiyama tries to answer this question.
Britain proposed new online safety laws to protect users from harmful content.
BEIJING () – People.cn, the online unit of China’s influential People’s Daily, is boosting its numbers of human internet censors backed by artificial intelligence to help firms vet content on apps and adverts, capitalising on its unmatched Communist Party lineage.
Google was fined 1.49 billion euros for blocking rival online search advertisers.
Alphabet Inc’s Google has rejected calls by Australia’s competition regulator for tougher scrutiny of its operations.
Double eyelid surgeries are not uncommon these days, but what if they were for pet cats?
Britain’s Marks and Spencer and Ocado launch an online food joint venture.
Military officials to attend Supreme Consultative Council via video conference.
The Education Ministry launches the first of ten online learning centres, to encourage out-of-school youths to obtain certification.
Siem Reap Court jailes four Chinese for their alleged involvement in operating an illegal online gambling den in Siem Reap.
Siem Reap Provincial Court on Saturday charged and jailed four Chinese nationals for their alleged involvement in operating an illegal online gambling den in Siem Reap city.
Banteay Meanchey police release 15 Chinese in relation with illegal gambling case.
Hate speech, abuse, belittlement: DW contributor Courtney Tenz looks at how #ToxicTwitter is shifting our culture of debate – and wonders why, if we can’t say something nice, we are saying anything at all.