Despite Elon Musk’s intention to launch 400 satellites into orbit to begin building the framework of his Star Link internet service by the end of November 2018, Musk is still struggling to raise enough money to get the project off the ground.
Joseph Kabila Using Government Forces To Squash Opposition Campaign Rallies Ahead of Dec. 23rd Election
As the Congo gears up for National elections this week, Joseph Kabila is using the full weight/force of his Government to disrupt public support for opposition candidates/contenders running against his party.
TV news 10 in Israel recently conducted a survey of hundreds of Jewish Israeli citizens in an effort to find out what modern Israelite’s think, feel and believe about their Arab counterparts in the country/region.
Earlier this week Russian lawmakers put forth a new initiate aimed at hosting/building domestic internet infrastructure should Russia’s access to the World-Wide-Web be blocked or restricted one day.
A new report from Human Rights Watch outlines the top 10 human rights issues/headlines that caught the worlds attention throughout the course of 2018.
If this article doesn’t single-handedly bring an end to US engagement in Afghanistan, nothing will.
Anonymous Launches #OpFrance In Solidarity with Yellow Vest Protests Worldwide Tomorrow, December 8th 2018
In anticipation of tomorrows National protests and in solidarity with the people of France, the Anonymous hacker collective has joined the #YellowVests movement in their own unique way this week.
Late in November, Ethiopian authorities announced a new Government initiative aimed at cracking down on the spread of fake news and hate-filled social media postings deemed to be fueling conflict and ethnic tensions around the country.
A new study by Recorded Future outlines the effects of years of War on Yemen’s internet infrastructure, as well as how the internet has been used/abused by Waring factions seeking to gain control over the country since the War first began.
Months ahead of Presidential elections, Ukraine’s parliament has voted to enforce the declaration of martial law in 10 regions bordering Russia, following clashes between the two countries earlier this week.
New research from Ofcom attempted to find out the technology people use to connect to the internet, as well as what they do once connected.
WWF Releases Living Planet Report 2018, Chronicling Humanities Devastating Impact on The Earths Environment
Along with nearly 40 universities, conservatories & intergovernmental organizations, the WWF has released “The Living Planet Report 2018,” chronicling the devastating impacts of human industrialization on the worlds ecology & climate over the last 6 decades.
Researchers at Columbia University are suing the US CIA, NSA, DOJ ODNI & State Department to disclose Intelligence records tied to Jamal Khashoggi before his assassination in October.
Online Activists Launch Massive Crowd-Sourcing Campaign To Document, Map & Decode Raqqa’s Destruction
In one of the most innovative new research/tech projects I’ve ever seen, Amnesty International has created an online crowd-sourcing campaign designed to show global citizens how the city of Raqqa, Syria was systematically destroyed by US Coalition Forces across 2016-2017
From Russia to the UK, industry experts are all gearing up for the coming AI boom. According to some, AI promises to have the single greatest impact on the global economy since the first rise of the machines during the Industrial Revolution.
New joint report from Harvard University & Human Rights Watch entitled “Memorandum to Delegates of the 2018 Meeting of States Parties to the Convention on Conventional Weapons” ahead of upcoming United Nations disarmament conference in Geneva.