A brilliant initiative, a simple campaign and a harsh message. A social experiment was conducted in London by the small front line charity Pillon Trust, which sent a guy on the streets with a huge sign hung on his neck that stated “Fuck the Poor”, giving away flyers of the ‘campaign’ by the advertising agency, Plubicis. The reactions… Read More “Fuck the Poor!” Let’s See How Much People Care about Them
After two weeks from the burst of the epidemic, the Ebola virus has hit Guinea’s population severely, with already 151 cases registered since 7th April, including 95 deaths. 67 of them have been confirmed and 20 cases took place in Guinea’s capital, Conakry. In Liberia there have been 23 suspected cases; seven died and five were… Read More Ebola Virus Is Spreading in Africa and Frightening Southern Europe
When I shared the previous post on Facebook, some people and experts commented warning it is not advisable to change all your passwords now. Here you can find some of the comments “As a professional security consultant, please take my advice – do NOT change your passwords until AFTER the site has been patched (and do not login… Read More Short Update on the Heartbleed Bug
We, as a team, don’t like to unashamedly copy-paste news from other websites or blogs, but I thought today was the case to make an exception. For those of you who don’t follow us on Twitter, I will report here the fact with the original link of the news. Since I’m not a geek –… Read More Stop Whatever You Are Doing and Change (Almost) All of your Passwords Now!
On 4 March 2014, The American President Barack Obama discussed the crisis in Crimea. He stated “there is a strong belief that Russia’s action is violating international law”. Obama also added that the Russian leader, Vladimir Putin, seemed to have “a different set of lawyers making a different set of interpretations” and is convinced that… Read More To What Extent is Putin Disregarding International Law?
Every time you go on a longer trip outside of the city, you’ll see trucks full of stuff for us to consume or stuff that has already been consumed. This is the most apparent visual for logistics, the transportation of goods all across countries, oceans and continents to trade goods between countries, companies and people.… Read More The End of Logistics on the basis of the Fast-Fashion Industry and 3d Printing
No doubt about it: she is the virtual winner of the first round of the municipal elections in France. Marine Le Pen, empress of the extreme right of her country, is on a rise. She became the leader of the movement in January 2011 and took advantage of the lack of confidence and trust of… Read More Le Pen and Nationalism on a Rise