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Australia to block internet domains hosting extremist content during terror attacks

Australia and New Zealand have increased scrutiny of websites and social media companies in the wake of the Christchurch massacre in March.

Popular NZ website seeks comments detox after Christchurch attack

Stuff editor-in-chief Patrick Crewdson said comments will also be permanently disabled on a range of contentious topics such as vaccinations and transgender issues.

Have a heart for the poor, Guan Eng appeals to MySalam...

The finance minister says the health protection scheme is meant to help the poor and should be looked at from a humanitarian perspective.

Site ‘used by synagogue shooter’ says being forced offline

Gab.com says its hosting provider Joyent will suspend its services as of Monday morning.

How to get clients: A guide for freelancers

Whether it is by word-of-mouth, SEO or using social media platforms, there are effective ways these days to get clients when you're self-employed.

Airbnb says not property agent, French hoteliers say nonsense

The company has clashed with hoteliers and authorities amid accusations of it worsening housing shortages and pushing out lower-income residents.

Avicii’s website turned into a digital memorial

The family of the late DJ Avicii has turned his official website into a digital memorial where fans can share their memories of the Swedish artist, NME reports.

EPF warns members of fake website

EPF says contents were false and did not come from the agency.

Woman assaulted on Paris street launches anti-harassment website

A young woman who posted a shocking video of a man punching her outside a Paris cafe launched a website on Wednesday which allows victims of harassment to tell their stories.

Facebook quietly sets up subsidiary in China despite hardening censorship

Facebook's website remains banned in China, which strictly censors foreign news outlets, search engines and social media including content from Twitter Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google.

Walmart rolls out 3D virtual online shopping

The virtual shopping tour will help customers browse and choose items.

Indie rockers start streaming site for outtakes

The National and Bon Iver unveiled the website People, where content not officially released by musicians can be consumed.

3 websites blocked by Najib’s govt accessible again

Asia Sentinel, Medium and Sarawak Report, which were barred after carrying critical news related to 1MDB, are available again for viewing in Malaysia.

AirAsia X cheapest airline in the world for cost per km

Indonesia AirAsia is the third in the Top 25 list compiled by travel planning website Rome2Rio.

All-time high of 25,000 residential properties still unsold

Valuation and Property Services Department sets up website to help potential buyers find out where these unsold completed properties are located.

StopFake.org: Ukrainian site fighting fake news on the front line

Stopfake.org is a website dedicated to combatting the spread of fake news.

STUDY: Bots, good or bad, dominate Twitter conversation

Automated accounts or "bots" play a big role in disseminating information on Twitter, accounting for two-thirds of tweets linking to popular websites, a study showed Monday.

Russia bans another Kremlin critic’s website before election

The MBK website has been blocked by the Russian government.

Zuckerberg acknowledges ‘mistakes’ as Facebook turns 14

Mark Zuckerberg also said that the mistakes he has made have ultimately improved his website.

Chow says Penang BN wrong about cost of tunnel-roads study, again

Penang exco man says Penang BN chairman Teng Chang Yeow 'conjuring up scandals in his mind'.

Tunnel project: BN wants Penang to explain RM236 mil disparity

Penang BN chairman Teng Chang Yeow says sum listed in Chinese government website for feasibility and design studies is vastly different from amount announced by state government.

Canadian charged with running LeakedSource.com, selling stolen info

Jordan Evan Bloom has been charged with trafficking in billions of stolen personal identity records, and could face five to 10 years in jail.

Qantas changes website to recognize Chinese territories

The changes were made to avoid backlashes that other companies have faced for regarding Taiwan and Hong Kong as separate countries.

It’s ‘elitist’ to block sayakenahack.com, says site designer

Tech blogger Keith Rozario says banning the site means that ordinary folks don't deserve to know whether their data has been compromised, but hackers do.

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