Today's top tech news, April 16: YouTube confuses Notre Dame with 9/11 and Byton's Co-Founder leaves out of boredom

Also, Grab is adopting GrabFood into its app and Monk's Hill has its first ever female Partner 

Are decentralised apps the key to fighting Digital Maoism?

Digital Maoism is the idea that everything on the internet should be free 

5 ways the on-demand economy has disrupted the way we study and learn

A major shift in the way we share and consume educational content 

Here is what blockchain can and cannot do for the music industry

Can Blockchain bring about the demise of the major record label? It doesn't have to 

[Podcast] The Story of You with Shopback Co-founder Shanru Lai

Shanru Lai explains why grit is essential for the startup world, and how Shopback convinced people the product is legit 

10,000 Recipes surpasses 7 million downloads

The popular Korean cooking app has a database far exceeding 10,000 recipes 

Right to bleed: This Indian startup gives a day's off to female employees on the first day of their menstrual cycle

With this, Culture Machine aims to acknowledge that period pain is a natural process and it is completely okay to take some rest on the day you are in most agony 

[Updated] Thailand to regulate on-demand video streaming as internet censorship heightens in the country

The Thai government will begin by narrowing down the most popular on-demand video streaming platforms in the market 

Netflix and Youtube are the dominant video streaming apps in Asia, so how can local challengers compete?

To win in the online video streaming market, a service needs to first have content that is crucial to the local population and be price competitive