Technology & Computing, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg

Technology & Computing, Facebook

Zuckerberg sees 'positive' force of Facebook despite firestorm

Zuckerberg sees 'positive' force of Facebook despite firestorm

5/2/2019 1:37:00 AM

Zuckerberg sees 'positive' force of Facebook despite firestorm

Mark Zuckerberg said on Monday (Feb 4) he sees Facebook as a largely 'positive' force

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Singapore sees ‘several important lessons’ from Tan Tock Seng Hospital COVID-19 cluster

SINGAPORE: Singapore has learnt 'several important lessons' from the COVID-19 cluster at Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH), among them - that the ...

Facebook users rise despite scandals and privacy outrage; 4.8 million S’poreans are on Facebook Facebook still continues to be the number one social networking site, as the number of users continues to rise despite of the scandals and privacy outrage...

HIV-positive individuals still face discrimination despite employment laws to protect themSINGAPORE — Two years ago, when John (not his real name) revealed to the F&B company he was working for that he had the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), he was terminated the very next day, via text message.

Facebook's new operations centre in Singapore a positive move in fight against fake news, say observersSINGAPORE- Facebook will launch a new operations centre here to monitor and manage content related to political elections in the region, a move observers saw as a step in the right direction to fighting fake news.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Citigroup sees stronger China wealthy client base in 2019 despite economy slowingHONG KONG: Citigroup expects its China wealth management client base to grow faster in 2019 than last year, at more than 30 per cent, the bank's ...

Fear, anger among HIV-positive individuals after news of MOH data leakwater is wet

'It's very traumatic': HIV-positive individuals anxious, frustrated after MOH data leakSome people affected by the leak of HIV records in Singapore called the Action for AIDS hotline in tears, one of its representatives says. 'It’s not just 14,200 people, it’s not just figures. It’s the number of lives affected.' Leak of HIV records already happened. No point shed tears. Nothing can be undone. What needs to be done is hold those directly or indirectly involved, responsible and accountable for it. Make cock sure a system is developed where such kind of incident must not happen again. Wow, now we knew 14k quite a big number. This is v complicated. Mr GAN, I don’t know what to say.

HIV-positive man duped authorities with doctor's blood sampleAfter meeting online, American Mikhy Farrera Brochez got into a romantic relationship in 2007 with Ler Teck Siang, a local general practitioner (GP). Brochez, now 33, moved to Singapore a year later and in order to stay here, applied for an Employment Pass (EP) and...

Review laws governing HIV-positive individuals: Advocacy groups

Fortune Reit increases FY18 DPU 1% to 51.28 HK cents on positive rental reversionsFORTUNE Real Estate Investment Trust (Reit) will pay out 51.28 Hong Kong cents per unit for 2018, 1 per cent more than its 2017 distribution, as the residential and retail trust reported positive rental reversions and increased car park income in its latest fiscal year. Read more at The Business Times.

Singapore SMEs positive on expansion this year, but less keen to digitise: QBE surveySINGAPORE (Jan 29): Small-medium enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore are more optimistic than ever about their businesses and overall economy coming into 2019, finds a recent study conducted by Australian insurance provider QBE Insurance. 39% were also of the opinion that Singapore’s economy will pick up