Media Watch

'19Jan
21

8 things we must do to tackle humanitarian crises in 2019

In Timbuktu, Mali this month I met with families without food whose crops have failed and whose children have been killed by improvised explosive devices (IED). I couldn't help but be moved by the deep levels of...
'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
18

Modern European security: theory and practice (part II)

Eugene Eteris, European Studies Faculty, RSU, BC International Editor, Copenhagen, 18.12.2018.Print version In the second article on European security, the issues inspired by the media-summit in Brussels, some...
'18Dec
18

Zim enters data protection minefield with new proposals

THERE is a rise in the use of technology in Zimbabwe, which invariably affects how citizens enjoy and exercise their fundamental rights.“Digital rights” is a broad term that refers to “the human rights that allow...
'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,...
'18Oct
29

Privacy group calls on U.S. government to adopt universal AI guidelines to protect safety, security and civil liberties

After months of work, a set of guidelines designed to protect humanity from a range of threats posed by artificial intelligence have been proposed.Now, a privacy group wants the U.S. government to adopt them too....
'18Oct
25

The midterms are already hacked. You just don’t know it yet.

One evening last May in Knoxville, Tennessee, during the night of the local primary election, Dave Ball, the assistant IT director for Knox County, settled into the Naugahyde chair of his dusty home office and...
'18Oct
15

What is a no deal Brexit and what does it mean for you? 21 ways it'll affect your life

The UK will leave the European Union on 29 March 2019 - and with each day that passes, No Deal Brexit is becoming as bigger threat.As time runs out, plans are now being put into action while the nation's...
'18Oct
01

Inside The Black Mirror World of Polygraph Job Screenings

Christopher Talbot thought he would make a great police officer. He was 29 years old, fit, and had a clean background record. Talbot had military experience, including a tour of Iraq as a US Marine, and his...
'18Sep
26

Daily News 26 / 09 / 2018

EU@UNGA73 on Wednesday  After the official opening of the 73rd UN General Assembly on Tuesday, attended by President Jean-Claude Juncker, First Vice-President Frans Timmermans and High Representative/Vice-President...

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