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23 RTD officers among 31 held over protection racket

Syndicate took bribes to stop action against lorry drivers.

Whistleblowers to get EU-wide protection when reporting crimes

The new rules also define penalties for false or malicious reporting and are subject to final approval by EU states and the Parliament before taking effect.

Germany to restrict Facebook’s data gathering activities

It is said that in Germany, Facebook will no longer force its users to pool data from third-party apps.

From ministers to sultans, green man Salleh goes places to save...

Conservationist Salleh Mohd Nor is finding it frustrating that so many forest reserves are still being threatened by unnecessary development.

Activist: PH may lose Cameron Highlands if it does not help...

Shariffa Sabrina Syed Akil says the PH government has been a disappointment as it is not helping the Orang Asli and is not doing enough to protect natural resources.

‘Great Wall of China’: We need it to protect assets, says...

The Kuantan factory hopes the wall is not demolished because it is important in launching its 24-hour operations every day.

How to digitally protect your money

From checking your emails for data breaches to never keeping your passwords or PIN in writing, there are many ways to protect your digital money.

249 identified as child care protection assistants

Social Welfare Department will use them to expedite rescue of children in danger or neglected in their communities.

Dogs will hurry to help their owner suggests new study

Now a new study has found that not only do dogs offer help and comfort to their owners, but they will even hurry to reach them.

Take heed of Incredibles 2’s social warning

More than just an animated action movie, Incredibles 2 dwells on humankind's over-reliance on modern technology for security, protection and happiness.

Japan picks Lockheed Martin radar for missile defence system: ministry official

Japan plans to buy two Aegis Ashore batteries that it wants to deploy in 2023 in an upgrade of its missile defence system that could help ease trade friction with Washington and provide cutting-edge protection against the arsenals of North Korea and China.

Mavcom: We’re here to protect passengers, consumers

Since its formation two years ago, Mavcom has received over 3,900 public complaints and resolved up to 93% of them within 30 days, says executive chairman Abdullah Ahmad.

Tiny Asian nation hoards gold as shield against trade war

The central Asian nation hopes to grow the share of gold in its US$2 billion international reserves to 50% from around 16% now.

Act on ‘alarming’ Suhakam inquiry revelations, NGO tells home minister

CAGED says the Special Branch officer who revealed to the wife of missing activist Amri Che Mat that police were involved in abducting him may have been under pressure to subsequently deny he said that.

Activist’s wife wants home ministry to protect police informer

Norhayati Mohd Ariffin fears that the police officer whom she named earlier today will feel pressured into not speaking the truth in the inquiry.

AG Apandi must quit if he loses confidence of govt, says...

Gopal Sri Ram says the right to terminate Apandi Ali’s service is unaffected by his contract which offers him no protection at all.

Saudi king orders whistleblower protections in anti-corruption push

The protections ordered by King Salman are part of a nationwide effort to combat corruption.

Facebook says 87 million may be affected by data breach

Facebook said Wednesday the personal data of up to 87 million users was improperly shared with British political consultancy Cambridge Analytica, as Mark Zuckerberg defended his leadership at the huge social network.

Baltic states to ask Trump for greater protection from Russia

Baltic state leaders will ask the United States to send more troops and bolster air defences on NATO's eastern flank to deter Russia when they meet President Donald Trump on Tuesday, officials said.

Some US states press ahead on climate change goals, despite Trump

US President Donald Trump has taken an axe to the environmental regulations he inherited from his predecessor Barack Obama, cutting dozens of rules ranging from fracking on public land to protections for endangered species.

Ultra-thin sun shield could protect Great Barrier Reef

The World Heritage-listed site, which attracts millions of tourists each year, is reeling from significant bouts of coral bleaching due to warming sea temperatures linked to climate change.

London hardens itself one year on from Westminster attack

One year after terror attacks in London, the city's authorities have taken steps to protect it from similar incidents in the future.

Man jailed 48 years for raping daughter makes bid to reduce...

The man who was jailed 48 years and given 24 strokes of the cane last year on over 600 charges of raping, sodomising and sexually assaulting his daughter gets the services of a lawyer to appeal for sentence reduction.

Malaysians not doing enough to protect their online data

Survey finds that although many Malaysians are aware of the need for data protection and are confident about the measures taken by the government, they are not doing enough to protect themselves.

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