The Digital Security Act (DSA) has been proven repeatedly to criminalise the online activity of citizens, using flimsy criteria.
The Information and Communication Technology Division has finalised the draft of the Personal Data Protection Bill and is preparing to place it before the cabinet for approval.
In the history of Ponzi schemes, there is no example of equitable justice. There is only one outcome: the house of cards comes crashing down, the mastermind is hauled off to jail, and the victims...
When Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh closed its operations in the country in May 2020, more than 1,000 RMG units were “running behind schedule” in becoming “fully safe”.
There’s a fine line between combating hate speech and being intolerant of differences in opinions and viewpoints.
On this day three years ago, 71 people lost their lives in a devastating explosion originating from chemicals illegally stored in Wahed Mansion in Old Dhaka.
Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission has drafted a regulation to clamp down on what it deems the ugly side of social media and streaming services.
Several victims of the suspended officer-in-charge of Teknaf police station Pradeep Kumar Das gave testimonies against him during the murder trial of Major (retd.) Sinha Rashed Mohammad Khan.
This is the first time in the country any law enforcer, let alone five, has been brought to book by a court for staging a “shootout”.
Dr Badiul Alam Majumder, secretary of Shushashoner Jonno Nagorik (SHUJAN), discusses how the new Election Commission bill undercuts the ultimate exercise of democracy, in a conversation with Zyma...