A gut-wrenching image that shows a 15-year-old boy who is suffering from terminal cancer comfort his sobbing brother after telling him that his life is going to end soon has left many people on the internet in tears.
** China's cyberspace watchdog wants to build an "affectionate" relationship between internet enterprises and the government, a senior official said, the latest verbal assurance to an industry still on edge after a long and bruising regulatory crackdown.
The firm said new range of plans and discounts had 'market-leading family benefits, designed to help them get dofollow backlinks the most from their smartphones' with 'a suite of tools to work around the family angst and improve household ambiance'.
SHANGHAI, Aug 19 (Reuters) - China stocks closed down on Friday as concerns over rising COVID-19 cases and a sluggish economic recovery lingered, while real estate developers shined during the week on expectations that authorities would support the embattled sector.
MOSCOW, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Russia's state communications regulator said on Friday it was taking punitive measures against five foreign IT companies for violating online content laws, which could require search engines to include a disclaimer about the violations.
Aug 19 (Reuters) - Key Pakistani telecom operators reported that internet connectivity was down in some regions in the country on Friday, while the country's telecom regulator said it was investigating the issue.
'While he says he is sad, he also admits he's OK with dying,' he wrote. He chooses only to live for others until the moment he takes his very last breath.' 'The truth is that Ian refuses to live for himself.
** China is widely expected to lower its benchmark lending rates on Monday, a Reuters survey showed, with a vast majority of participants predicting a deeper cut to the mortgage reference to lift the ailing property sector and the overall economy.
After undergoing surgery and months of chemotherapy, his family rejoiced when they learned that he was cancer free. The teen, named Ian, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma - a type of bone cancer - in 2019.
The free 'My EE' app also allows customers to control how their children use their phones, giving them 'total peace of mind - with the ability to apply caps and controls so there's no unexpected bills'.
Sharon Meadows, EE's Director of Propositions, said: 'It's clear that keeping families connected is key to household harmony and we're proud to offer our customers industry-leading tools and features as part of our mobile plans to help.
Security experts have advised users to update affected devices - the iPhones 6S and later models; several models of the iPad, including the 5th generation and later, all iPad Pro models and the iPad Air 2; and Mac computers running MacOS Monterey.
State-owned Pakistan Telecommunication Company Ltd's optical fiber network was experiencing faults and hence users in northern and central regions of the country were facing an outage, it said in a tweet.
On Tuesday, Russian courts fined Amazon's live streaming unit Twitch 2 million roubles ($33,900) and Telegram 11 million roubles for hosting content that Moscow said contained "fake" information concerning events in Ukraine.
Roskomnadzor did not specify precisely what measures would be taken. Russia's dominant Yandex search engine already carries a disclaimer for some other websites that reads: "Roskomnadzor: website violates Russian law".