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MD Films and artists join this important social issues campaign with donations of 10% to UNICEF and Dubai Cares to speak out against all forms of abuse with a special set of videos, released as NFTs on the Rarible platform.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 30 November 2020 14:31

Top security tips for online shoppers

GUEST OPINION by Mathew Gomizel, Radware:  With the year’s biggest shopping season just around the corner, consumers are preparing to take advantage of enticing discounts and offers from a range of e-commerce websites and applications.

Published in Guest Opinion

One often sees claims being made that Twitter has destroyed journalism. This kind of assertion seems a bit over the top given that journalists are perfectly capable of destroying the profession on their own. But it is worth examining the reasons why this kind of hyperbole is being flung around.

Published in Open Sauce

Google is aiding people in bypassing anonymity orders issued by courts in the UK by allowing them to uncover the identity of rape victims who are allowed to remain anonymous under the law, it has been claimed.

Published in Security

From trolling, to threats of physical violence, to sexual abuse, the number of men and women falling victim to online harassment continues sadly rising.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 02 March 2017 11:11

Twitter to scramble abusive egg accounts

Twitter has long been reputed as slow to act on anonymous "egg account" trolls, harassing users via its network. No more, the news and social network says, announcing it's finally taking steps to do so.

Published in Apps
Wednesday, 08 February 2017 11:30

Twitter gets tougher on safety for users

Twitter has taken steps to further beef up safety for users of its services in an effort to be a “safer place” and address issues including abuse and harassment of users by others.

Published in Security

Ethical worker rights do-gooders plan wheelbarrow delivered petition protest featuring 250,000 signatures and an ethical iProtester dressed in a presumably ethically made iPhone iSuit - in Sydney, Washington DC, New York City, San Francisco, London and Bangalore.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 22 February 2010 02:56

Drunk young women drivers becoming more common

According to new research involving drinking and driving in the United States by our young people, more fatal motorized vehicle crashes are involving young women drunk behind the wheel.

Published in Health




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