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Trump's Truth Social beta site violates open source license
Singapore can now order social media sites to block access, as 'online safety' law kicks in
Effective from February 1, Singapore's Online Safety Act comprises a new section that regulates online communication services--specifically, social media platforms--that must comply with directives to block local access to "egregious" content or face potential fines.
Australian law firms team up to seek compensation for Medibank data breach
Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, Bannister Law Class Actions, and Centennial Lawyers are joining forces to run a "landmark" data breach complaint against Medibank, seeking compensation for "tens of thousands" affected customers already registered with the law firms.
Australia government wants Optus to pay for data breach
Arguing that the recent data security breach "shouldn't have happened", Australia's Prime Minister wants Optus to pay for the replacement of passports--which details were compromised--and hints the country's cybersecurity laws may be updated to boost customer protection.