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  • Audrey Tang champions trustworthy AI at international expo

    Explore how Taiwan, under the guidance of Digital Affairs Minister Audrey Tang, is leading the way in creating a trustworthy AI environment. At the "AI Expo for National Competitiveness," Tang shares insights on balancing AI innovation with privacy, the role of data as AI’s foundation, and initiatives like the Collective Intelligence Project and the AI evaluation center to foster public engagement and enhance government services through AI. Discover Taiwan’s commitment to digital transparency with the launch of the Public Code Platform.
    2024/05/08 13:11
  • Audrey Tang confident in new minister’s digital expertise

    Audrey Tang, Taiwan’s Digital Affairs Minister, confidently initiates the transition to Huang Yen-nun, an expert in cybersecurity and AI, with hopes for new legislation on electronic signatures and cybersecurity to be passed before Huang takes office.
    2024/04/24 18:07
  • Taiwan’s Digital Minister Tang endorses successor

    Taiwan’s Digital Minister Audrey Tang expresses confidence in her successor, Huang Yen-nun, and the new cabinet announced by Premier-designate Cho Jung-tai. Tang highlights the handover process and the submission of key legislative proposals to the Legislative Yuan, ensuring a smooth transition for Huang’s policy implementation.
    2024/04/24 14:54
  • Digital Minister unveils plan to combat fraud and scams

    Digital Minister Audrey Tang announced on Friday (April 12) that the Ministry of Digital Affairs (MODA) plans to launch an act that punishes frauds and scams in collaboration with the Ministry of the Interior next week. Furthermore, to discuss AI-related concerns, MODA is organizing an online meeting next week with major players in the business, including Meta, Google, Microsoft, and Open AI.
    2024/04/12 17:41
  • Audrey Tang responds to shooting at digital affairs ministry

    Audrey Tang, Minister of the Ministry of Digital Affairs, condemns violence and reaffirms consistent policies following a shooting incident at the ministry’s office by a dissatisfied individual. Tang’s post on the Threads platform underscores the government’s commitment to safety and policy stance amid security concerns at government offices.
    2024/03/29 13:45
  • Officials face public dissatisfaction, survey shows

    The latest poll by My-formosa.com reveals high dissatisfaction rates towards Minister of Economic Affairs Wang Mei-hua, Minister of Digital Affairs Audrey Tang, and NCC Chairman Chen Yaw-shyang. Criticism is directed at the Tsai administration’s handling of inflation, fraud prevention, and green energy policies. Conducted through telephone interviews across Taiwan, the survey highlights public discontent with specific government departments and policies.
    2024/03/29 12:15
  • Taiwan boosts internet resilience with new satellite network

    Minister of Digital Affairs Audrey Tang announces the launch of medium earth orbit (MEO) satellite network on Taiping Island by SES in April, with OneWeb’s low-orbit satellite to follow. The move aims to enhance Taiwan’s communication network resilience amid potential threats, such as cross-strait conflicts and natural disasters.
    2024/03/28 18:03
  • Audrey Tang highlights Ministry of Digital Affairs success

    Taiwan’s Minister of Digital Affairs, Audrey Tang, awaits final decision on her future position amidst speculation over President-elect Lai Ching-te’s new cabinet. Tang emphasizes Ministry’s role in preventing digital fraud and highlights E-commerce success in anti-fraud efforts. As transition to new government approaches, Tang notes caretaker phase and defers to higher authorities for official decisions on her tenure.
    2024/03/07 14:17
  • Taiwan probes LY Corp. over 440K users’ data leak

    Taiwan’s Minister of Digital Affairs, Audrey Tang, has announced that the cyber security breach at LY Corporation, the parent company of popular messaging app LINE, is currently under investigation by the National Development Council (NDC). The breach potentially exposed the personal data of approximately 440,000 users, including information from 100 Taiwanese accounts. The incident, which follows a hack on South Korean IT giant Naver, a major shareholder in LY Corporation, has prompted the ongoing investigation in Taiwan. The leaked data primarily includes names, affiliated institutions, and email addresses of LY Corporation’s employees and business partners, as well as potentially leaked ages, genders, and purchase histories for stickers. However, no users’ messages, bank account numbers, or credit card information were compromised. Taiwan’s Digital Ministry has requested relevant entities to provide information and report the breach in accordance with the law. The affected user data includes hashed mobile phone numbers, email addresses, and LINE account details. Whether sanctions will be imposed under Taiwan’s new Personal Data Protection Act will depend on the outcome of the NDC’s investigation. Minister Tang assured the public that messages sent between LINE users are end-to-end encrypted and the server does not store message content, indicating that no message content was compromised in this breach. She emphasized the importance of having servers located in Taiwan for apps like LINE, particularly for maintaining communications during disasters. Discussions are underway with various international messaging providers, including LINE and the Signal Foundation, regarding the potential establishment of servers in Taiwan.
    2023/11/29 16:09
  • Taiwan popular science train sets out to inspire students

    The Taiwan Popular Science Train, now in its eighth year, has embarked on a journey across the island nation, bringing the excitement of scientific discovery to students. Premier Chen Chien-jen praised Taiwan’s digital economic growth and technological advancements, urging students to pursue careers in science. Minister Without Portfolio Wu Tsung-tsong and Digital Minister Audrey Tang also attended the kickoff ceremony. The train will visit both urban and remote areas, with stops including Taipei, Pingtung County, Hualien, Taitung, and Keelung. Approximately 240 elementary students are expected to participate in the event, which will feature over 330 experiments in fields such as zero carbon emissions, cyber security, artificial intelligence, and quantum and basic sciences.
    2023/10/30 16:59
  • MODA faces criticism as one-year mark approaches

    On Thursday (Aug. 24), Taipei City councilor Li Yan-xiu criticized the Ministry of Digital Affairs (MODA) of the Executive Yuan for lacking policy direction and effectiveness as it is approaches its one-year anniversary on Aug. 27.
    2023/08/24 14:01
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