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04 @Halal | april-may. 2019 Malaysia World’s first shariah compliant internet suite of services Salam Web provides a way for us to safely browse the internet, the Muslim way S alamWeb Technologies MY Sdn Bhd unveiled a digital eco- system for Muslim around the globe to discover, connect, and contribute in a free, safe online environment. Inspired by the universal desire for authentic, positive online experiences, SalamWeb is introduc- ing a range of connected Internet services including SalamWeb Browser, SalamChat, SalamProtect and SalamSadaqah. The company provides access to a safe and positive online experience by blocking harmful content and ensures enhanced privacy while browsing what matters. SalamWeb Browser is the world’s first shariah compliant browser endorsed by Amanie Group and the International Sha- riah Supervisory Board, in conformity with Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation’s (MDEC) Islamic Digital Economy Mi’yar. The discussion on the importance to have a safe internet space. From left, Datuk Dr Mohd Daud Bakar, Hajjah Hasni Zarina, Nurul Zulkifli, Caprice, and Norhizam bin Abdul Kadir. More than just a browser inappropriate content, allowing them an option to either continue ahead or with- draw from the content. This includes content which could be potentially explicit, offensive or fraudulent. SalamProtect also allows users to assign a SalamTag to a website – appropriate, neutral or inappropriate. Each SalamTag received is reviewed against our internal process and guidelines to ensure fairness. The more webpages a user SalamTags, the better SalamWeb’s content aggregator works. Through this feature, it delivers curated content that matches your SalamTags. By involving the community to tag content they deem appropriate or inappropriate, SalamProtect not only allow users to be in complete control of their online experi- ences but helps build a safer and secure like-minded digital Ummah. SalamWeb Browser has several unique in-built features such as a Qibla compass, prayer timings and a custom news feed aggregated from verified news sources. An important feature of the SalamWeb Browser is the SalamProtect, an advanced content filter that is customized to an individual’s way of life. SalamProtect alerts users on Digital Ummah The Salam Web mobile browser works very similar to Chrome, yet are filled with uniquely Islamic features to personalise our browsing experience. Speaking at the launch ceremony, Hajjah Hasni Zarina, Managing Director of Salam Web Technologies MY Sdn. Bhd. Said “Our mission is to give people the power to build a digital Ummah and bring the world closer together. SalamWeb aims to empower the global Muslim and help the lead a digital life which is consistent with their values and beliefs.” “We strongly believe in the power of the community and with their values and beliefs. We strongly believe in the power of the community and with our products, users have the choice to browse content that matters the most to them and have an online experience that is customized for their way of life. We work with both local and global partners to ensure our prod- ucts are in line with Islamic values while also embracing the lifestyle of modern Muslims.” Others to have graced the stage include; Sheikh Dr Mohamed Ali Elgari, an advisor to several Islamic financial institutions throughout the world, Datuk Dr Mohd Daud Bakar, chairman of Amanie Group, Norhi- zam bin Abdul Kadir, vice president, Growth Ecosystem Development of Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation’s (MDEC), Nurul Zulkifli, managing director of Mimpikita and fashion entrepreneur and Caprice, local celebrity and entrepreneur. Malaysia confident to export RM50b in Halal export by 2020 Halal Industry Development Corp (HDC) is confident that Malaysia will be able to export as much as RM50 billion of home-grown halal products worldwide by 2020. HDC vice president of industry development Hanisofian Alias said this was possible as more non-Muslims are embracing halal as part of a healthy and hygienic lifestyle.“ “Our halal export is currently at about RM43 billion and I am confident that we will be able to hit the RM50