Media Watch

'18Apr
18

ForMin Melescanu calls Saturday's US, UK France's military action in Syria firm reaction to atrocities in Douma

ForMin Melescanu calls Saturday’s US, UK France’s military action in Syria firm reaction to atrocities in Douma.Romania's Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu says Saturday's military action taken by the, the United...
'18Apr
18

NHS accused of 'alarming' failure to tackle cyber security despite growing Russian threat

Ms Hillier said: “The extensive disruption caused by WannaCry laid bare serious vulnerabilities in the cyber security and response plans of the NHS.”“But the impact on patients and the service more generally could...
'18Apr
18

Audit suggests Salt Lake City police review internal investigation policies to get information out to the public quicker

A state audit of Salt Lake City police’s policies found that in situations where the public interest is extreme, such as when University Hospital nurse Alex Wubbels was arrested for refusing to draw blood from an...
'18Apr
18

Audit suggests Salt Lake City police review internal investigation policies to get information out to the public quicker

A state audit of Salt Lake City police’s policies found that in situations where the public interest is extreme, such as when University Hospital nurse Alex Wubbels was arrested for refusing to draw blood from an...
'18Apr
18

Here, some fine speculation on Uganda’s new athletics glory

Uganda just had a fabulous outing at the just-ended 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia. Three gold, one silver, two bronze – all in athletics and boxing.Until the dying hours of the game, Uganda was...
'18Apr
18

Obama-era car loan rule could be repealed

The Senate is expected to vote Wednesday on whether to repeal auto lending regulations aimed at ensuring that minority car buyers aren't charged higher interest rates. Critics of the 2013 rule argue that the...
'18Apr
18

US Official Warns of 'Unintended Consequences' of EU Data Privacy Law

SAN FRANCISCO — U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen warned on Tuesday that a European data privacy law taking effect next month may have "unintended consequences" that harm the United...
'18Apr
18

Opinion: Why some men abuse women online

Email The Conversation By Bianca Fileborn Posted April 18, 2018 07:35:04 Photo...
'18Apr
18

Global body adopts new measures to stop the spread of plant pests

A male Gypsy Moth, a voracious tree pest capable of defoliating millions of acres of forest in a single year.18 April 2018, Rome - The body charged with keeping global trade in plants and plant products safe has...
'18Apr
17

'No such thing as absolute security': Healthcare a growing target for hackers

In 2016 a Californian hospital desperately paid $US17,000 in bitcoin as ransom to a hacker who had seized control of its computer systems.But in making the payment, the Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Centre...

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