Democracy, Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Europe, Featured, Financial Crisis, Food & Agriculture, Headlines, Humanitarian Emergencies, Labour, Poverty & SDGs, TerraViva United Nations, Trade & Investment A Greek flag waving in the locality of Oia, Greece. Credit: Matt Artz on Unsplash ROME, Jun 8 2018 (IPS) – Seven yearsRead More →

Submitted by CoinTelegraph Cybersecurity company Carbon Black announced that roughly $1.1 bln worth of digital currency has been stolen in the first half of 2018, CNBC reported June 7. The security company said that criminals take advantage of the dark web to facilitate large-scale cryptocurrency theft. Estimates reportedly show thatRead More →

As it turns out, ensuring that your cabinet has an equal number of men and women for the first time in Canadian history doesn’t grant you immunity from your very own #MeToo moment. That’s right: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has won widespread praise from the world’s liberals forRead More →

By B.N. Frank Respiratory health issues are not to be taken lightly.  In this new commercial for asthma medication, most of the actors are using or exposed to digital and/or wireless technology.  At the 47 second mark, there is woman using a laptop on her lap which is a no-noRead More →

By Jay Syrmopoulos Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – The Saudi Arabian government has been covertly receiving information on the creation of nuclear weapons from the government of Israel, according to Ami Dor-on, a senior Israeli official at iHLS (Israel’s Homeland Security). iHLS bills itself as the “leading hub for the homeland security ecosystemRead More →