COvid-19

Bread & Kaya 27: Cyberlaw in the Covid-19 Era Pt3
MalaysiaKini’s contempt case, Federal Court’s rationale for judgement On the horizon: Taxi association’s RM100m class-action lawsuit against Grab
Bread & Kaya 27: Cyberlaw cases in the Covid-19 Era, Pt2
Victory for management corporation against AirBnB operators  Service of Court documents for Facebook Inc to Facebook Malaysia good enough says High Court
2020 Cyberlaw Cases: Cyberlaw in the Covid-19 Era
Pandemic response by Malaysian judiciary sees it embracing virtual Need for counsel, litigants, witnesses to travel for hearings getting less
Malaysians to continue ‘new normal’ habits post-pandemic: Visa
Visa’s Consumer Payments Attitudes Study shows that Malaysians have adapted to pandemic-resulted lifestyles and will likely continue it going forward.
Many CEOs don’t expect return to normal until 2022: KPMG
In the 2021 KPMG CEO Outlook Pulse Survey, a majority of CEOs don’t expect normal to come so soon, and that their business models have "changed forever."
Three in four consumers shop more frequently online: Visa
The Visa Consumer Payment Attitudes Study found shifting e-commerce habits in Singapore that might last beyond the pandemic.
APJ employees geared for long-term remote working: Dell
A new study suggests that employees in Asia Pacific and Japan are no stranger to remote work and can embrace it as the new normal, but there are still a lot for employers to do in order to improve the trend.
Retail player Atlas looks to hackathon for innovation boost
Food and beverage vending machine operator aims to find new talent and innovation in the retail industry via the Atlas Hack event.
MYEG launches portal to help find alternative quarantine hotels
New platform allows low-risk Covid-19 patients to safely choose quarantine accomodation in a bid for those interested to be isolated in a more comfortable setting and help reduce strain on public healthcare and quarantine centres.
Malaysia's 5G spectrum conundrum: A blessing in disguise?
Unpredictable turn of events have forced Malaysia to delay its initial aggressive plans to award 5G spectra to mobile operators. But is this necessarily a bad thing? Edwin Yapp explores these complex issues in a Malaysia that has been dominated by Covid-19 headlines and a change in government in 2020.
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