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Six Hong Kong opposition figures have been remanded in custody ahead of their sentencing next week for organising an unauthorised protest on National Day amid the anti-government movement in 2019. District Judge Amanda Woodcock’s ruling on Tuesday came a day after the group pleaded guilty to one count of organising an unauthorised assembly, alongside four co-defendants – media mogul Jimmy Lai Chee-ying among them – already remanded over separate convictions or alleged offences. Woodcock will hear mitigation next Monday and sentence all 10 defendants on May 28.Do you have questions about the biggest topics and trends from around the world? Get the answers with SCMP Knowledge, our new platform of curated content with explainers, FAQs, analyses and infographics brought to you by our award-winning team. Prosecutor Priscilia Lam Tsz-ying had asked the District Court to revoke the six defendants’ bail following their convictions, while their defence lawyers resisted the application. The six are: Democrats Albert Ho Chun-yan, Sin Chung-kai and Yeung Sum; Richard Tsoi Yiu-cheong of the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China; and League of Social Democrats members Avery Ng Man-yuen and Figo Chan Ho-wun. Chan, 25, is the youngest defendant in this case and convenor of the Civil Human Rights Front, the group behind the annual July 1 protest, which coincides with the anniversary of the city’s handover from Britain to China in 1997. Together with Ho, alliance chairman Lee Cheuk-yan and ousted lawmaker “Long Hair” Leung Kwok-hung, Chan also pleaded guilty to one count of inciting others to take part in an unauthorised assembly. Tsoi and Ng admitted to knowingly taking part in an unauthorised assembly. Freezing of media tycoon Jimmy Lai’s assets ‘nothing to do with press freedom’ Chan and Sin have no prior convictions, while the others have ones related to protests, most of them linked to the 2019 anti-government demonstrations. The six filed into the dock after waving goodbye and passing their personal belongings to family members who were there to support them. Chan also pulled down his mask and shouted: “Stay united, Hongkongers fight on.” Many of those in the public gallery replied: “Hang in there.” They went on to chant the protest slogan: “There are no rioters, only tyranny.” But some supporters also swore and shouted: “Shame on the Department of Justice, shame on political prosecution.” Lai, the 73-year-old founder of Next Digital, which publishes the Apple Daily, is already serving a 14-month sentence for his role in two unauthorised assemblies in August 2019, and faces a raft of other charges including ones related to the national security law. Leung, Lee and his Labour Party colleague Cyd Ho Sau-lan are also serving jail terms over similar charges stemming from the August 2019 protests.This article Hong Kong protests: six opposition figures remanded in custody ahead of sentencing for 2019 National Day rally first appeared on South China Morning PostFor the latest news from the South China Morning Post download our mobile app. Copyright 2021.
KL, Pahang, Johor and Terengganu lit up their iconic structures in green, red, white and black. This article, Malaysia lights up four towers in a show of support for Palestinians, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.
The US Treasury slapped sanctions on 16 senior Myanmar officials and family members Monday, citing their support for the government's "violent and lethal attacks" against the country's pro-democracy movement.
Miss World Malaysia 2018 Larissa Ping said she was ‘embarrassed’ for the country. This article, Ex-beauty queen becomes target of trolls after calling out Miss Universe Israel’s ‘cyberbullies’, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.
There is “no truth whatsoever” of a “Singapore variant” of COVID-19, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Tuesday night (18 May), in response to media queries about two reports from two Indian media companies.
A Chinese-funded tax-free enclave billed as Sri Lanka's answer to Dubai and Singapore cleared the final legal hurdle Tuesday as the Supreme Court in Colombo ruled it could go ahead with only minor tweaks.
SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 17 May 2021 - Singapore-headquartered cloud consulting company Cloud Comrade is onboarding a next-generation cloud-native data security technology that will be available in Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region this month. Through a partnership with U.S. based information security company Rixon Technology, Cloud Comrade clients will be able to further protect their customers from data breaches while easily navigating complex global compliance and privacy regulations more effectively using data tokenization. To combat the complexity of countless attack vectors and the proliferation of cyber attackers worldwide, Rixon Technology has changed the data security paradigm through a different approach to data protection. The Rixon Technology patented cloud-native vaultless tokenization platform tokenizes sensitive data which in turn renders it useless to unauthorized users. "Cloud Comrade is constantly enhancing and expanding our product offerings and capabilities to deliver new value to our customers," said Andy Waroma, Co-managing Director of Cloud Comrade. "Rixon Technology is a unique, cloud-native data security solution for our clients, which will bolster protection against data breaches and help them comply with privacy and regulatory guidelines." Organizations currently face unprecedented challenges in meeting compliance requirements and protecting against data breaches. Rixon Technology's patented cloud-based vaultless tokenization platform is designed with both the organization and the data owner in mind. Sensitive data is protected through robust security features that include customized options and unique ways to control data access. For instance, the Rixon Technology platform offers access to a cutting-edge reversible masking technology that automates access to right to be forgotten and right to be remembered. Such features permit individuals to manage the use of their sensitive data while simultaneously streamlining and compressing complicated regulatory requirements of Cloud Comrade clients. "We built a technology solution that understands the many challenges faced by companies and individuals due to ever-increasing complex regulatory requirements and sophisticated cyber-attacks," said David Johnson, CEO of Rixon Technology. "Cloud Comrade offers a high level of cloud technology competency, market expertise, and a commitment to providing superior client service. We are excited to offer our advanced security solution through our partnership with Cloud Comrade."About Cloud Comrade: Cloud Comrade is a Singapore-based cloud computing consultancy company with a regional footprint in Indonesia and Malaysia also. The company offers a comprehensive range of services from strategy and design to deployment, migration, and management of customers' IT infrastructure. Cloud Comrade partners with the best solution providers in the field of cloud computing and is a preferred Amazon Web Services (AWS) consulting partner in ASEAN, as well as a managed service provider for AWS, Google, and Alibaba Cloud. In January 2019, ST Telemedia (sttelemedia.com), an active strategic investor specializing in communications & media, data centers, and infrastructure technology businesses, acquired a majority stake in the company. For more information on Cloud Comrade, visit cloudcomrade.com.About Rixon Technology: US-based Rixon Technology was founded in 2014, and offers an array of leading-edge data security solutions. The company has broad experience helping to guide clients around the world in enhancing their data security posture and to comply with privacy regulatory requirements. For more information on Rixon Technology, visit rixontechnology.com.#CloudComrade #RixonTechnology