Bill seeks to bring order to the internet

In an effort to protect users from the proliferation of online scams and general crime on the internet, the Ministry of Digital Governance is in the final stages of drafting a law, which will be put out for public consultation in the near future, with rules and control procedures governing online communications, information and transactions. 

UN Chief: 136 Of Our Colleagues In Gaza Have Been Killed In 75 Days

As many as 136 UN workers have lost their lives in the last 75 days in the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas while several employees of the world body have been forced out of their homes, the United Nations Secretary General, Antonio Guterrres said. Guterres said that no one has ever seen such number of casualties of the UN staff in the history of the world organisation.

Epic Games wins US court fight with Google

Epic Games, the maker of Fortnite, won a major US court battle against Google on Monday when a jury decided that the search engine giant wields illegal monopoly power through its Android app store.

Epic sued Google and Apple in 2020, accusing the tech titans of abusing control of their respective shops selling apps and other digital content on mobile devices.

Central Bank’s reserves reach new record level

The latest data have shown that the Turkish Central Bank's gross reserves have climbed to a new all-time high.

The bank's gross reserves increased from $136.5 billion on Nov. 24 to $140.2 billion on Dec. 1.

Foreign currency reserves rose from $91 billion to $93.2 billion, while gold reserves climbed from $45.5 billion to $46.9 billion.