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Opinion

Handling Big Tech in ASEAN

Cooperate in crafting and enforcing privacy and competition rules in digital markets

| Thailand

Headlines about data breaches, anti-competitive practices and fake news have turned public goodwill toward tech companies into suspicion.

This applies particularly in Asia. From the spreading of religion-based hate messages in Sri Lanka, and the role of WhatsApp in Indian lynchings, to the murder of two women passengers in China using Didi Chuxing, the ride-hailing app, Asian lawmakers face challenges protecting consumers and holding tech companies accountable.

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