Believe it or not, Japans newly appointed Chief Cybersecurity Strategist admitted that “I have not once used a computer in my life” to Japanese lawmakers at a Government assembly this week.
In response to the recent bombings across Israel and Palestine, Israeli lobbyists have begun waging an online informational warfare campaign to get out ahead of the coverage and ensure Israel’s actions are cast in a positive light.
36 members of Ethiopian National Intelligence and more than 30 military personnel have been detained and charged with attempted assignation of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.
As the owner of an independent news media outlet looking to grow over the months/years to come, here’s why I wont be looking towards coverage of US politics to grow my audience base – yet.
New research conducted by Zucman & Wright explains how international tax havens have seduced American corporations and business owners to store money overseas, effectively costing the country $180 billion in tax revenue annually.
Jordanian authorities are considering implementing new laws that may accidentally crack down on freedom of expression and the press, imposing stiff new fines and even jail sentences for online violators/critics.
Senator Ron Wyden (D, Oregon) has released the discussion draft of his new data privacy legislation to the general public, aimed at holding US executives and corporations more responsible when handling/storing customer data.
Over the course of the last week Russia has announced hundreds of thousands of dollars in new fines towards media outlets expressing dissent or critical opinions of Russian Federal policy.
Two days after Joshua Shulte accused the US Justice Department of Constitutional violations and inhumane living conditions, the DOJ announced it would be adding two additional charges to his case.