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Every year, more than 20,000 Malaysians are killed by tobacco-related diseases. Studies show that more men and women die in Malaysia from tobacco-related diseases than on average in middle-income countries. What is more alarming is that you don’t need to be a smoker to be at risk. The Global Adult Tobacco Survey 2012 on Malaysia revealed that four out of 10 adults were found to be exposed to secondhand smoke at home (7.6 million adults), and four out of 10 were found to be exposed to secondhand smoke indoors at their workplace (2.3 million adults). Among those adults who visited a restaurant in the past 30 days, seven out of 10 would have been exposed to secondhand smoke (8.6 million adults). 4. Another critical area of consideration is economics. Tobacco use reduces overall national incomes by up to 3.6%. At the society level, direct costs are estimated from public and private medical costs of treating cigarette-related diseases. According to a study reported by Bernama in 2007, three smoking-related diseases – ischemic heart disease, lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – consumed about RM3.5bil of Malaysia’s healthcare budget. 5.
The issue of relying on automation raised its head again for both Google and Facebook on Monday in the aftermath of the deadly Las Vegas shooting. As CNN reported, for a few hours, Google’s “Top Stories” section featured a 4chan message-board discussion that wrongly identified the shooter. Facebook’s “Crisis Response” page surfaced a now-deleted story from far-right website the Gateway Pundit that also blamed the wrong person for the massacre. Both Google and Facebook removed the posts, but the screenshots had already been captured, and questions are being raised again about how much responsibility the two companies are taking upon themselves to prevent the spread of misinformation. “ Google and Facebook Failed Us ,” read the Atlantic’s headline. If companies like Google and Facebook rely too much on human intervention, they face accusations of bias, and it’s a slippery slope to being considered as media owners rather than the passive platforms they would prefer to be. But, as we keep seeing time and time again—with brand safety, fake news, anti-Semitic ad targeting—relying on algorithms alone is a clearly flawed approach. All this comes as scrutiny already is being poured on digital platforms for making it too easy for Russian-backed entities to spread manipulative information in the buildup to the U.S. presidential election. Facebook yesterday estimated 10 million users saw ads it discovered had been paid for by suspected Russian-backed accounts.