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Instead, the law ministry proposes the setting up of a government committee to assess the impact of "online falsehoods" in the country and how it should respond.
Singapore government has been opening up user data access to ease information exchange and business transactions, but it should observe some caution as major organisations continue to slip up over security.
Monetary Authority of Singapore again stresses that cryptocurrencies are not legal tender and not backed by any asset or issuer, and advises caution when investing in them.
Ride-sharing company reveals 380,000 in Singapore were affected by the massive data breach that compromised 57 million accounts globally, but says no fraud or misuse has been tied to these users.
Country's Ministry of Defence will run a "bug bounty" programme, led by HackerOne, inviting hackers worldwide to identify vulnerabilities in its internet-facing systems.
Singapore telco has completed trials using its 4.5G HetNet to control drone operations and is embarking on research to explore further development of the network for the traffic management of such devices.
London, 28th November 2017: Logicalis Group, the international IT solutions and managed services provider, today announced the appointment of Chong-Win Lee as the CEO of its Asia Operations. Lee will start his new role on the 11th December 2017, report...
Carousell is looking to use artificial intelligence and machine learning across the organisation, tapping the technology to mitigate fraud risks and enhance user experience.
Spanning two hectares, the new test site will be used to trial communication and interaction between autonomous vehicles and other road vehicles.
Uber has dismissed suggestions that a spate of unauthorised transactions reported by customers in Singapore is related to its global data breach, which does not involve financial information.
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