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10,000 Google staff to police YouTube content

Google is to deploy a staff of 10,000 to hunt down extremist content on its YouTube platform following recent criticism, the video-sharing site's chief executive told Britain's Daily Telegraph Tuesday.


China says its 'open' internet accounts for a third of economy

China's digital economy accounts for nearly a third of gross domestic product, according to a report released at an annual cyberspace conference staged by the government to justify its strict internet censorship.


Wealth inequality a threat to East Asia

A rapidly growing gap between rich and poor in many developing East Asian nations is threatening the foundation for the region's economic success, the World Bank said Monday.


Intruder shot dead in east Sabah

Security forces shot dead an intruder believed to be a kidnapper from southern Philippines in the waters off Lahad Datu early this morning.


DOE has final say in project approval

Wan Junaidi says the environment department will have the final say in whether a project will be approved in future.


Mahathir PH's choice of interim PM

Mahathir and Kak Wan will be interim PM and DPM if Pakatan Harapan wins the next GE.


Rising seas may submerge 13,000 US historical sites

An expected sea level rise of just a few feet (one meter) will submerge more than 13,000 places of archeological significance in the southeastern United States, researchers said Wednesday.


Marriage makes you crazy, but it deters dementia too

Marriage may test one's sanity, but living into old age with a partner also lowers the risk of dementia, researchers said Wednesday.


Europe's Muslim population to grow strongly, even if migration ends: study

Muslims could make up over 11 percent of Europe's population in the coming decades, compared with just under 5 percent currently, if legal migration levels are maintained, a report by a US-based think tank said Thursday.


Singapore activist charged for protesting without permit

A Singaporean activist was charged Wednesday for organising public protests without a permit, sparking calls for the tightly controlled city-state to stop treating peaceful demonstrations as crimes.


 

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