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Picture The Straits Times  (ASIA)  08/10/2016
the first country to recognise Internet addiction as a clinical disorder, reported the Sixth Tone news website. Health officials divided it into five categories of addiction: online games, social networking, shopping, pornography and the nebulous "Internet information". In its latest push to combat Internet addiction, the Cyberspace Administration
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Picture The New Paper  (NEWS)  10/10/2016
(Below) Different ways in which drugs have been concealed — in tea packaging and a metal box disguised as a book (inset). PHOTOS: GAVIN FOO, CENTRAL NARCOTICS BUREAU, INTERNET Addiction specialists said they are not surprised that some drug abusers have turned to the Internet to have drugs delivered to their doorstep. When contacted by The New Paper
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Picture The New Paper  (NEWS)  23/09/2016
boot camp kills mum A 16-year-old girl from northern China killed her mother because she was angered by the harsh treatment she received when she was sent to an Internet addiction treatment centre, according to a news website report. The girl said she had been beaten and mistreated at the "boot camp" in Shandong province where she spent four
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Picture The Straits Times  (WORLD)  19/01/2018
strong international response." Facebook and Twitter are facing restrictions in other parts of the world, often from governments. Fake news, cyber bullying and Internet addiction have become issues for users and governments. Both websites are banned in China. Thailand has also pressured Facebook to delete content critical of the country's
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Picture The Straits Times  (HOME)  17/12/2017
action for his non profit organisation, CyberShaolin, which he started with his father to educate children about cyber threats, such as online bullying, Internet addiction and IT security. "I want to teach kids to protect themselves from being hacked and the dangers of the Internet," he said. "When I grow up, I want to be a cyberspy
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Picture The Business Times  (TECHNOLOGY)  24/01/2018
controversy, heightened by a broader crackdown on online content during the last year under President Xi Jinping, from livestreams and blogs to a campaign against Internet addiction. This month, one quiz show, Millions Winner, backed by Internet security company Qihoo 360, apologised after it was chastised by a regulator for listing Taiwan and
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Picture The Straits Times  (LIFE ARTS)  21/11/2017
spending is in place. "If you put it in fundamental terms, it's the same thing," said Mr Kimberly Young, a licensed psychologist and founder of the Centre for Internet Addiction. "It's called gambling." Loot boxes were popularised in China and South Korea, where the practice is regulated. This year, developers in China had to disclose
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Picture The Straits Times  (COMMUNITY)  13/07/2017
teens, now volunteers as a youth advisory panel member at Help123: Cyber Wellness Community Support, a new platform for children and youth facing cyber issues, such as Internet addiction and cyberbullying. Such a platform could have benefited Reggie, who has just graduated from the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) College East. The volunteer at
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Picture The Straits Times  (LIFE FAMILY)  25/02/2018
entirely of images created by artists, the book also comes with games and colouring pages and uses the artworks to convey the dangers of the Internet, such as addiction and online strangers. Future issues will look at themes such as Supermarket, in which little ones will be taught about genetically modified foods and sugar
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Picture The Straits Times  (ASIA)  14/03/2017
on the Internet but, for appliances, I'd rather buy from the shop for better peace of mind," he said. Ms Chen, the teacher, has also started to see the ills of Internet and phone addiction creeping into village life. "Some of the students come to school bleary-eyed and can barely concentrate, and at break time, it is obvious what they were doing all
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