Saturday, December 4, 2021


Embattled Facebook releases new curbs on harassment

The company has faced a storm of criticism and a a Senate panel hearing since a whistleblower leaked internal studies showing Facebook knew its sites could be harmful to young people's mental health.

Security situation under control, police say after Japan travel advisory

Inspector-General of Police Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani says there is no need to be concerned about the advisory issued to Japanese citizens in Southeast Asia.

Bali-bombing terror group planned fresh Indonesia attack, police say

Indonesia's counter-terror squad has rounded up 53 suspected extremists in nearly a dozen provinces over the past week.

US issues new terrorism threat warning ahead of 9/11 anniversary

It cites increased use of 'online forums to influence and spread violent extremist narratives and promote violent activity'.

Putrajaya takes seriously reports of Israeli threat to ‘launch attacks in Malaysia’

This comes as fighting intensifies in the occupied territories, with Israel said to be targeting enemy interests around the world.

One vehicle stolen every 75 minutes in Malaysia, study shows

The Vehicle Theft Reduction Council of Malaysia says 20 vehicles were stolen each day in 2020.

Indonesian cops step up Easter security at churches after terror attacks

President Joko Widodo says there is no place for terrorism in Indonesia.

FBI vetting soldiers in Washington for inauguration amid insider attack fears

The major security concerns are attacks by armed groups and planted explosives.

Govt ready to audit MySejahtera to counter claims of personal data breach

The debate over the app's data privacy points to lingering trust issues that could undermine the battle against Covid-19.

Sabah boosts security ahead of Saturday polls

Sabah police commissioner says there have been attempts by criminals in the Philippines to enter the state and create trouble.

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