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.
And just now, I realised, the amount of impact the online world can influence us is huge. Imagine, it’s a normal day scrolling down your Facebook newsfeed, and you saw a random but relevant event and decided to go.
Immigration police deport 26 Thais after they served their 10-month sentences for extortion and fraud over online scams.
China’s Forestry Admin., with Tencent, to crack down on illegal wildlife trade online.
Banteay Meanchey police arrest 55 foreigner over running an illegal online gambling.
Court is to question 9 Chinese who allegedly distributed online porn involving children.
US shoppers who missed out this past Black Friday are expected to flock to online.
The Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday kickoff of the US holiday shopping season shows the increasing preference for online purchases.
There is this line that goes, “make sure your actual presence is greater than your online presence”.
It is relatively correct. But can we do both?
A report by LIRNEasia showes that 26% of internet users have experienced online bullying, unwanted sexual advances and stalking.
“Everyone deserves to feel safe.” That’s the opening line of Facebook’s latest security update which focuses on protecting people, its users in particular, from bullying and harassment.
Education Ministry pleads to cease sharing national exam questions and answers online.
Interior Ministry’s Immigration Department announces the deportation order of 18 Chinese suspected of running online scams.
The Interior Ministry’s Immigration Department has announced the deportation order of 18 Chinese nationals suspected of running online scams from Sihanoukville.
Investors in Chinese online peer-to-peer lending platform PPMiao protest in Shanghai.
Health Ministry issues a warning against five types of joint-soothing medication.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today warned that government officials monitoring social media accounts are able to pinpoint a user’s location and identity in under eight minutes.
The Health Ministry has issued a warning against five types of joint-soothing medication and 12 types of sex stimulants.
The investment into Nham24, through the Smart Axiata Digital Innovation Fund (SADIF), is in line with Smart’s intention to partner with promising digital companies.
Walmart Inc executives described a radical plan to help it fend off Amazon.com.
“I did not ask for and do not seek attention. #PlaneBae is not a romance – it is a digital-age cautionary tale about privacy, identity, ethics and consent.”
Anti-cyber crime department warns social network users to be aware of scammers.
By its very definition, empathy involves connecting with others to understand how they feel. Often, we show it by being with the involved people and embracing the sobbing survivors. But with the limitations and in times of tragedy and crisis, how do we show our empathy?
The Interior Ministry’s anti-cyber crime department warned social network users to beware scammers who make false claims about lottery or award wins.