What you should know about dog bites

There are no global estimates of dog bite incidence. Photo by Sebastian Coman Travel on Pexels.com However, studies suggest that dog bites account for tens of millions of injuries annually. In the United States of America for example, approximately 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs every year. Of these, nearly 885 000 seek medical … Continue reading What you should know about dog bites

PEGASUS: Morocco sues Amnesty International

Morocco has filed defamation claims against Amnesty International and a French NGO who claim its intelligence services used the Pegasus mobile phone spyware against dozens of French journalists, lawyers for the government said Thursday. Emmanuel Macron Paris prosecutors opened their own inquiry this week into the claims by Amnesty and the French media nonprofit Forbidden … Continue reading PEGASUS: Morocco sues Amnesty International

Guide for anyone traveling within Nigeria, approved by embassies all over the world

· Avoid going to any of the North East or North West of Nigeria no matter how important your assignment. The North Central is not safe. Avoid Kaduna by all means possible. Your best choice is to travel by air to any of the core-Northern states if you insist you must travel. · While travelling … Continue reading Guide for anyone traveling within Nigeria, approved by embassies all over the world

Safety tips for WhatsApp group managers

Hackers are not only hacking peoples lines but now they also hack a whole group page completely. Once they succeed in doing that, they will immediately remove all the Admins and thereby become the only Admin of the page. In such situation, it is either you remain with their fraudulent posts or you start the process … Continue reading Safety tips for WhatsApp group managers

Increasing risk of data breaches affecting growth small businesses

Security today announced the results of its annual study examining the financial impact of data breaches on organizations. According to the report, the cost of a data breach has risen 12% over the past 5 years1 and now costs $3.92 million on average. These rising expenses are representative of the multiyear financial impact of breaches, increased regulation and … Continue reading Increasing risk of data breaches affecting growth small businesses

Rapper MIA wants pardon for Julian Assange

Singer MIA has demanded the release of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after visiting him in London’s high security Belmarsh prison. The rapper and songwriter – real name Mathangi Arulpragasam – is one of a number of celebrity supporters who have been to see Assange since he was sent to Belmarsh earlier this year after spending … Continue reading Rapper MIA wants pardon for Julian Assange

Security experts deployed to quell prison riot in the UK

A major riot broke out on Tuesday night at the high security Long Lartin jail as prisoners armed with pool balls took over a wing, the Telegraph reports. At least one prison officer has been injured and taken to hospital after the violence broke out during inmates' association time. Staff withdrew from the wing as a specialist … Continue reading Security experts deployed to quell prison riot in the UK

2020 Elections: FBI prepares against foreign interference

The FBI is actively investigating incidents of potential foreign interference in the U.S. political system, in various parts of the country. The bureau has a particular focus on the 2020 elections, but says its investigations spread beyond this. The FBI is working to address a number of evolving cyber threats facing the country, including influence … Continue reading 2020 Elections: FBI prepares against foreign interference

China to ‘punish’ U.S. companies involved in arms deal with Taiwan

China will sanction the American companies who have participated in the sale of arms to Taiwan in order to help safeguard national interests, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Geng Shuang said on Friday. Geng's comments came after the United States earlier announced a plan to sell 2.22 billion U.S. dollars worth of weapons to Taiwan. The … Continue reading China to ‘punish’ U.S. companies involved in arms deal with Taiwan

Gatwick Airport: Police arrest 2 suspects for disrupting business and endangering lives

  Two people have been arrested in connection with the "criminal use of drones" which has caused widespread disruption to flights at Gatwick Airport. Sussex Police said a man and a woman were detained by officers "in the Gatwick area" at around 10pm local time on Friday, Press Association reports. Meanwhile, Gatwick Airport said on Saturday morning … Continue reading Gatwick Airport: Police arrest 2 suspects for disrupting business and endangering lives