Journalists in South-East Asia are being heavily targeted not just by cybercriminals, but also state-sponsored hackers, according to a security report released today by US-based FireEye Inc.
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After scolding PR agencies for not being able to tell the difference between bloggers and journalists, A. Asohan now has the tough job trying to explain it all.
A. Asohan has a '101' message to all public relations agencies and conference organizers: Journalists are not bloggers, or vice versa.
The recent situation in which Samsung apparently threatened to strand two India-based bloggers in Berlin for not drinking the company Kool-Aid has disturbing insights into how companies engage bloggers, and the bloggers’ own culpability in this relationship.
Celcom and Huawei respond to DNA founder Karamjit Singh's Aug 7 commentary expressing his concern at a 93% discount offer made by Celcom for the media who attended an event it was having for the launch of a Huawei tablet in Malaysia.
Media prices for products? Are journalists so special that we deserve such consideration, or is it a euphemism for a bribe? DNA founder and CEO Karamjit Singh ponders this and says enough is enough.