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Singapore industry needs stronger codes of conduct as consumer data gains value

With businesses capturing more data about their customers, Singapore needs to reassess its guidelines and codes of conduct for the industry to ensure personal information is used responsibly and securely. Pointing to the data “gold rush”, Rajnesh Singh, Asia-Pacific bureau director for Internet Society (ISOC), said companies increasingly were realising they could make money out of data and collecting as ...

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Shakib, Nurul fined for breaching code of conduct

Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan and reserve player Nurul Hasan have both been fined 25% of their match fees for separate incidents during the T20I against Sri Lanka in Colombo. Both players have also received one demerit point each for breaching Level 1 of the ICC code of conduct. In the final over of a tense chase, Shakib gestured towards ...

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Captain Marvel Has Found DeWanda Wise’s Replacement

Before bidding adieu to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase 3 with Avengers 4, we’ll be turning the clock back to the 1990s for Captain Marvel. After decades of being a major player in the Marvel Comics universe, Carol Danvers is finally making her cinematic debut, making her the first MCU superheroine to lead her own movie. Brie Larson was cast ...

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The future of IT: Snapshot of a modern multi-cloud data center

Video: Portrait of a modern multi-cloud data center The idea of cloud computing remains simplicity itself, which is a key element of its appeal: Move the cost and complexity of procuring, provisioning, operating, and supporting an endless array of hardware, software, and enabling services for your business out to a third party, which does it all it for you, yet ...

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