Digital literacy applies to tech giants, smart govts too

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SINGAPORE - Digital literacy is not just about reading computer code, uploading social media posts, setting strong passwords or making e-payments.

It is also about knowing and responding to changing online norms and expectations, as well as taking action to be transparent and accountable.

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