Media Watch

'18Dec
24

Year in Review: Drama, Mystery, Science in Space Mark Outgoing Year

For Russia’s space agency Roscosmos, the first six months of the year were relatively quiet, but things started picking up the pace in the second half of the year: mystery, treason suspicions, a lift-off accident,...
'18Dec
21

Vladimir Putin’s annual news conference • President of Russia

In-Depth Coverage December 20, 2018The President's news conference was broadcast live by Rossiya 1, Rossiya 24, Channel One and NTV, as well as Mayak, Vesti FM and Radio Rossii radio stations.Television channel...
'18Dec
20

8 key factors for an effective Internet of Things (IoT) network

Connected devices, or the Internet of Things (IoT), are exploding on the market. Securing their access has become one of the major concerns in recent years. But security is only part of the equation. What good is a...
'18Dec
11

Protecting Your Security and Rights Online

(New York) – Human Rights Watch released an interactive online game today to help people understand how important strong encryption is to everyone’s security in the digital age. The interactive feature, “Everyday...
'18Dec
07

Mali: Dangerous Upsurge in Abuse by Ethnic Militias

Expand Peuhl animal herders waiting to cross the Bani River, near Sofara, central Mali.  On August 7, 2018, Dozo militia allegedly detained 11 Peuhl traders as they waited to cross the river to...
'18Nov
07

Voting problems surface as Americans go to the polls

From closed polling sites to malfunctioning machines, Election Day brought frustration for some voters in contests shadowed by questions about the security and fairness of the electoral system.In Gwinnett County,...
'18Nov
06

Voters face long lines, machine snafus, ‘mosh pit’ crowds, especially in Georgia

ATLANTA – Long lines and malfunctioning machines marred the early hours of voting in some precincts across the country Tuesday. Some of the biggest problems were in Georgia, a state with a hotly contested...
'18Nov
02

Great. Global internet freedoms take another dive as censorship and fake news proliferate

Internet freedoms have taken a nose dive for the eighth year running, according to a report warning that authoritarian countries and populist leaders are exporting harmful attitudes and ideas around the world.The...
'18Oct
19

Knife crime and homicide figures reveal the violence of austerity

Shutterstock"> The scene of the crime. Credit: Shutterstock The latest crime figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) offer a grim outlook on the state of...
'18Oct
14

Press release: Leading tech companies support code to strengthen security of internet-connected devices

Tech companies HP Inc. and Centrica Hive Ltd are the first companies to sign up to commit to the code. The code will ensure that businesses continue to strengthen the cyber security of their products at the...

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