Julian Assange: no extradition, no bail!

There is no doubt that the story of Julian Assange and his decade-long struggle with the law has been keeping governments, the media and the public at large wondering what will come next – and his latest ruling against extradition to the United States is no different. On Monday, District Judge Vanessa Baraitser blocked theContinue reading “Julian Assange: no extradition, no bail!”

Elon Musk’s new Starship SN8 has taken off but came down with a boom

The world’s most advanced rockets and spacecraft company, SpaceX, reached yet another important milestone in their goal to conquer the universe, with the launch of its latest Starship prototype, SN8 (SN – serial number). The aforementioned rocket, the eighth in the series of SpaceX’s prototypes named Starship, and the first to have a nose coneContinue reading “Elon Musk’s new Starship SN8 has taken off but came down with a boom”

The Pfizer/BionNTech vaccine is here but there is still a long way to go

Paving the way for mass vaccination, the UK is the first country in the world to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. The emergency authorization came on December 2nd, and in less than a week, on December 8th at 6:31am, the first jab was administered to a 90-year-old grandmother at University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire. Britain’s medicinesContinue reading “The Pfizer/BionNTech vaccine is here but there is still a long way to go”

Robot Judges And The Chinese Cyber Courts

China has made great efforts trying to integrate artificial intelligence to help with their everyday lives, and legal services is one of the many sectors that China is hoping to transform with AI technology. Its growing number of internet-based businesses along with 850 million internet users have led to the emergence of Chinese digital courts.Continue reading “Robot Judges And The Chinese Cyber Courts”

What should Silicon Valley expect from a Biden-Harris administration?

As the world embraces a more collaborative way of working, with many companies moving their businesses online, the tech world is undergoing an intense scrutiny, with one question lingering on everyone’s mind – what will happen to Big Tech under a Biden-Harris administration – and while there are several speculations, one thing is certain: theirContinue reading “What should Silicon Valley expect from a Biden-Harris administration?”

How can media practioners avoid reducing conflict to spectacle?

We live in a world dominated by visuals and media is the prime source in deciding which images are more representative than others. Media represents the basis for our collective memory of events and undeniably, images of conflict, of war stand at the core of how history is taught and remembered, hence the importance theseContinue reading “How can media practioners avoid reducing conflict to spectacle?”

My experience onboard Independence of the Seas

Just imagine waking up every day on a different island or a different city with all the aces in your hand. If travelling is your thing you are holding all the good cards. First-hand, free information about what to visit, when to visit and most importantly how to visit.
I always thought that exploring the world and experiencing it is what life is all about. I still do sometimes. My first time onboard The Independence of the Seas has been an experience I’ll always value and think of with a smile on my face.

What do you do with the truth?

by Bianca Duca The film Official Secrets released in October last year, starring Keira Knightley in the role of a young GCHQ mandarin specialist, plays as a visual aid into understanding what whistleblowing and its repercussions are. The courage of one person changed the history of millions others: “Truth always matters,” claims Katharine Gun. InContinue reading “What do you do with the truth?”