Russia fines WhatsApp, Snap and others for storing user data abroad
Moscow has clashed with Big Tech over content, censorship, data and local representation in disputes that have escalated since Russia sent its armed forces into Ukraine on Feb 24.
Credit Suisse fined over drugs gang money laundering
Switzerland's Federal Criminal Court found that the bank failed to take steps to prevent money laundering by the criminal organisation, deeming it guilty of breaching its corporate responsibility.
Singapore Airbnb host hit with US$845,000 fine
Simon Chan reportedly leased 14 apartments and sublet them for short-term accommodation to local and foreign guests.
Twitter to pay US$150 million to settle with US over privacy, security violations
Twitter's settlement covers allegations that it misrepresented the 'security and privacy' of user data between May 2013 and September 2019, according to the court documents.
We’re not rich, really, says wife of burger seller as photos make the rounds
She explains several photos that have been circulating online, adding that she and her husband do not have enough money to pay the compound even if it is reduced to RM10,000.
45 at Kuantan restaurant fined for breaching SOPs
They were fined between RM1,500 and RM2,000 for failing to adhere to SOPs including the use of MySejahtera and the practice of physical distancing.
JPJ offers 70% discount on traffic summonses
This is in conjunction with the department's 75th anniversary.
China hits Alibaba with record US$2.78 billion fine for market abuses
Alibaba has accepted the penalty and pledged to outline plans for bringing its operations in compliance.
Counter fake news on Covid-19 by revealing the truth, not burying it
Fake news should be tackled through the provision of full and complete disclosures supported by scientific evidence, not heavy and disproportionate punishments.
RM10,000 fine not for all SOP offences, top cop explains
Abdul Hamid Bador says the RM10,000 compound will not be issued for offences such as failure to wear face masks.
Maximum RM10,000 fine for SOP offenders beginning March 11
Companies or corporations that violate the SOPs can be fined up to RM50,000.
Reaction to Malaysiakini verdict shows politics rule, not law
Blind loyalty to certain leaders, by ignoring their moral lapses, is not uncommon in non-Malay politics today.