Monday, June 18, 2018

Google warns of US government ‘hacking any facility’ in the world

Google is boldly opposing an attempt by the US Justice Department to expand federal powers to search and seize digital data, warning that the...

Twitter under pressure to act more aggressively against terrorists

As the Islamic State’s go-to propaganda platform, the social media giant faces increasing demands to police its network Twitter, the social media giant, is facing...

Freed al-Jazeera journalists reunited with families in Egypt

Baher Mohamed says he will keep fighting for freedom of expression after he and Mohamed Fahmy are released on bail pending retrial Two al-Jazeera journalists...

Facebook launches free mobile Internet service in India

The companies will first offer the app in seven of India’s 22 regions, or zones and it will then go nationwide in the next...

Free Speech to Invite Evil

It has been an imprudent of Charlie Hebdo to rain fuel on the flames. Perception is that the magazine have unwisely done so to...

Freedom of media in court: Is Article 34 of the Constitution now dead?

There is truth in the statement of an unknown wit that proclaimed that “men fight for freedom, then they begin to accumulate laws to...

Akon: ‘America was never built for black people’

The Senegalese-American recording artist talks frankly about US race relations, "rebranding" Africa, and his music. Senegalese-American artist Akon is a five-time Grammy nominee who has...

PICTURED: The incredible moment that a smartly-dressed City worker takes on smash-and-grab jewellery shop...

Armed gang on mopeds raided central London watch and diamond shop before attempting getaway on mopeds Shortly after the raid, a brave member of the...

The $100 Million Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme Opens

Lagos, Nigeria, – The $100 Million Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme – an annual programme of training, funding and mentoring, designed to empower the...

Why Associated Press didn’t run the Charlie Hebdo cartoons

The attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris raised many questions about how news agencies handle controversial images. We answered some of them Wednesday in...

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OUTRAGE AS TANZANIA PASSES LAW THAT COULD IMPRISON BLOGGERS

Bloggers, Internet users, journalists and activists in Tanzania are up in arms following a government directive that could land them in jail. In a...

UAE TO GIVE ETHIOPIA $3 BILLION IN AID AND INVESTMENTS

The United Arab Emirates pledged a total of $3 billion in aid and investments to Ethiopia on Friday, an Ethiopian official said, a major...

Mogadishu Takes Over FISS Airspace Responsibilities of Nairobi TODAY Amid More Disturbing Gaps and...

The Federal Government of Somalia's Ministry of Transportation and its Aviation wing take over full management and responsibility of Somalia/Somaliland airspace management and control...