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With Cambodia introducing a new e-commerce tax on sales of digital products and services made by international tech companies, experts warn consumers and small businesses online could be hit the hardest. Cambodia will require tech companies without a physical presence in the country to pay a 10% value added tax (VAT) on their sales of …

MANILA, Philippines – A local marketing company has launched an online network aimed at providing livelihoods for millions of Filipinos who have lost their jobs during the current coronavirus crisis. The WeEvolve platform is a way for savvy Filipino internet users online to earn income to financially support a family by having an online home …

This illustrative studio photograph shows a miniature shopping cart with syringe and vials marked “Covid-19 vaccine”, in Paris, January 8, 2021. (Photo by JOEL SAGET / AFP) Manila, Philippines – Authorities are investigating reports of clandestine online sales of COVID-19 vaccination slots by people believed to have ties to local government units (LGUs). Entrepreneur Nina …

(The Magazine Plus Editorial): – Metro Manila, Philippines, May 22, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Interior decorations play an important role in creating the ambiance of the home. It has become much more essential during the pandemic when most people are ordered to stay indoors. For this reason, many have redecorated and added touches to their homes. …

On Friday, two mayors of Metro Manila condemned the alleged online sale of Covid-19 vaccines in their cities. Mandaluyong City Mayor Menchie Abalos has ordered a full investigation into the ‘under the table’ sale of Covid vaccines and asked the city’s police chief to coordinate with the National Bureau’s cybercrime division of Investigation (NBI). “An …

Google claimed that the single judge, in his April 20 judgment, had “misrepresented” its search engine as a “social media intermediary” or “major social media intermediary” as required by the new rules. (Photo source: Reuters) Technology for MSMEs: Small businesses have been at the center of Google’s preoccupations, like every other tech company in the …

“It is impossible to be sure of anything other than death and taxes,” an excerpt from The Cobbler of Preston by the late Christopher Bullock. The term “death and taxes” is commonly used and we are surely aware and agree that these two events are the most certain events under any circumstance. The continued spread …

The Alaska Psychiatric Institute in Anchorage. An online tally of available beds at mental health providers was taken down after the malware attack. (Photo courtesy of Alaska Department of Health and Human Services) The Alaska Department of Health and Human Services website suffered a malware attack Monday night, affecting some online services. Services such as …

At its fifth annual Partner and Developer Conference, Square Inc. on Thursday announced three new tools for software developers: Snippets API for Square Online, Loyalty API, and the Web Payments SDK. The new tools come as ecommerce volume has exploded over the past year and big sellers account for a larger share of Square’s volume. …

After speaking at a press conference, Tulsa Mayor GT Bynum puts on his mask and watches as Tulsa Fire Chief Michael Baker briefs Tulsans on news of the COVID-19 pandemic on Tuesday, 8 July 2020, in Tulsa, Olka. (John Clanton/Tulsa World via AP) The city of Tulsa is changing its password following a computer breach …

The city of Tulsa, Oklahoma, suffered a ransomware attack that forced the city to shut down its systems to prevent the spread of malware. Tulsa is Oklahoma’s second largest city, with a population of approximately 400,000 people. Over the weekend, malicious actors deployed a ransomware attack on the city of Tulsa network that resulted in …

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The pandemic has forced many Christian Ghanaians to change their religious practices, with churches turning to online services and donations, and live funerals. More than 70% of the West African country’s 30 million people are Christians, mostly Pentecostals or evangelists, who have had to adhere to strict rules in churches to contain the spread of …