Is it ignorance, sarcasm, a mockery, or affront when people ask or make statements like, “are you from Africa? Where is Africa, what country is that?” Regardless of the reasons, the knowledge of Africa as a continent is universal which everyone ought to know, or should know. In fact, Africa is too ancient, too beautiful, … Continue reading Africa is not a Country!
China has introduced a new technology that will track students location using their school uniform. The new tech dubbed smart uniforms will be to tell the exact location of your ward. Eleven schools in the South-West province of Guizhou have introduced the uniforms, which were developed by local tech firm Guizhou Guanyu Technology. These smart … Continue reading Chinese Schools introduce Smart Uniforms with GPS Chips to track Students during School Hours
Darwin Life is a new fertility clinic that aims to get women over the age of 40 pregnant with ‘perfect babies’. The World Health Organization (WHO) ranks infertility as the third most serious health condition in the world, after cancer and heart disease. A Chinese founder and researcher Dr. John Zhang is developing controversial methods of fertility … Continue reading Darwin Life Aims to Impregnate 40 and Above Women with Designer Babies
Yesterday marked the end of NSA’s program to collect bulk phone records in the United States. Advocates all over the world questioned the The US government fairness about surveillance technology and started pushing for privacy since former NSA contractor Edward Snowden exposed the program to journalists 2 years ago. The masses gained the government attention earlier this … Continue reading The US Government finally put an End to Phone Records Collection Program
After one month of intense debate, a Swedish court has ruled that it cannot force ISPs to block their customers’ access to file-sharing site The Pirate Bay. Reports reaching us says that TheLocal.se and safeguards citizens’ access to the site, despite it being used to distribute copyrighted material. Pirate Bay for the past 10 years … Continue reading Sweden Government Unwilling to Place Ban on The Pirate Bay
Under the USA Freedom Act, the panel is to advise the judge on privacy and technical matters A secret U.S. spy court has appointed a five-member panel of advisers as part of the reform of the surveillance of the National Security Agency. The presiding judges of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and the Foreign Intelligence … Continue reading US spy court appoints lawyers to panel of advisers
Aereo can no longer relay TV shows to its customers using its teeny-tiny antennas (for now, that is), according to US District Judge Alison Nathan. It’s been a while since the Supreme Court decided that the service violates the law by “transmitting performances of copyrighted work to the public,” but it’s only now that a … Continue reading US Court Officially bans Aereo from streaming live TV to devices