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Reimagining Public Sector Analytics
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Google stands ‘exposed’ after reports of company sharing user data with Hong Kong authorities surface

Google “produced some data” in response to three out of 43 requests it received from the Hong Kong authorities for user information during the second half of last year

Google, Facebook, Twitter plan to shut Hong Kong operations over new data laws

The new proposed laws make tech companies liable for the malicious sharing of individuals’ information online.

UST Global bags contract from Hong Kong govt for IT services

UST Global (Singapore) Pte Ltd said that the Hong Kong government has awarded the company with the standing offer agreement for quality professional services for the supply of Information Technology services to all of its over 80 bureaus and departments

Taiwan plans bills to protect ‘core’ tech from Chinese espionage, seeks tougher punishment against such attempts

The amendments would increase prison time and fines for people who work with foreign entities to steal information about ‘core’ technologies.
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China authorises use of Digital Yuan in struggling real estate sector

Experts are of the view that China's nascent digital yuan is on track to challenge the dollar's dominance of international trade settlements within the next decade.

As growth tanks over Beijing’s tech crackdown, Tencent pledges support to China’s ‘new paradigm’

Tencent calls the latest growth numbers as the end of an era that nurtured some of the world’s largest and most profitable corporations.

Amid regulatory crackdown Alibaba names Toby Xu as new company CFO

Toby Xu will succeed Maggie Wu as its new CFO from April 1, 2022. He joined Alibaba from PricewaterhouseCoopers three years ago and was appointed deputy group CFO in July 2019

Cyber attack cases balloon to over 9,000 as Covid-19 keeps the online dependence vital

A total of 11,713 and 9,002 complaints of cyber frauds were received on National Consumer Helpline during the financial years 2019-20 and 2020-21
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India tightens noose around international travellers, revises guidelines for international arrivals amid Omicron fears

In the revised guidelines, it is mandated to submit 14 days’ travel details and upload a negative RT-PCR test report on the Air Suvidha portal before the journey

China tightens political grip over internet giants 

Many insiders believe that Chinese leaders don't want to reimpose direct control of the economy but want private sector companies to align with ruling party plans.
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