Chinese President stressed innovation and hailed progress in the areas of space flight and exploration, quantum information and supercomputers.
South Korea's technology ministry is probing whether the outage violated any laws, with compensation of $8.4 million expected for users
Senator endorses stance of Federal Communications Commission, saying it is necessary to protect US telecommunication networks and security
If investigators find a breach of Australian privacy law, they can seek civil penalties of up to $1.4 million per contravention
China regards other countries "as either potential adversaries or potential client states, to be threatened, bribed or coerced,” GCHQ head Jeremy Fleming said.
Chinese officials clearly disapproved of Starlink's rollout in Ukraine and 'sought assurances' that Musk would not sell access to the internet service in China, report said
Singtel unit Dialog said it realised a small sample of its data, including some employee personal information, had been published on the dark web
Ministers condemn Optus, owned by SingTel, for breach that affected 10 million accounts, urges company to speed up notification to customers whose personal data was released
Australian minister says Optus should replace passports for victims of a massive data breach, which the government blames on the phone company's "cybersecurity failures"
Meta said it disrupted a China-based influence operation using Facebook and Instagram accounts with political content aimed at users in the US ahead of the midterm elections
The proposal comes as pressure mounts on ByteDance over TikTok's 'excessive' harvesting of users' data, which could be shared with Chinese authorities.