Discrimination is rife, with Cambodians seeing the disabled as street beggars or burden to their families
Poaching of endangered species could rebound as authorities divert their attention to enforcing coronavirus lockdown measures, an international wildlife watchdog said, reporting stockpiling of ivory and other animal products as most borders remain shut.
The age of the internet is massively changing the ways news and information are being relayed. Nowadays, information tends to be to-the-point and highly fragmented.
How a simple app can allow your valuable, private information to become very public and damaging
Telecoms regulator seeks upgrade in services to meet COVID-19 challenge
The act of several research scientists publishing scientific papers in China regarding the Novel Coronavirus pandemic during the early stages of the country’s outbreak has stirred quite a controversy and dissatisfaction within Chinese society
Israel just authorised the country’s internal security agency to tap into a vast secret trove of cellphone data to retrace the movements of people who have contracted the coronavirus.
Would you like to submit your information to public institutions wherever you go whether you get infected or not?
The shift of governments and aid organisations away from paper-based care records and towards fully digitalised care records is a key initiative in pre-emerging and emerging economies
All levels of authorities, ranging from the central government to civilians, are already offering a multitude of reflections and summaries concerning the COVID-19.