Google+ embraces anonymous profiles. The real name enforcement era ends. Is this a good move, or a “goofle” move? Let’s talk!
Interesting news from the Russian House of Science and Culture in Berlin tells of a new book being presented that includes a selection of speeches and interviews of Russian President Vladimir Putin. “Vladimir Putin: Speeches to the Germans” is a 122 page volume covering his dialogue in between 2001 and 2014.
If you live to the west of Russia’s borders, what you see and hear from embattled Ukraine is not the whole story. And without the whole story, your version of truth turns out to be a lie. Below are some graphic stories that are necessary to share, if only to show the Donetsk independence movement side of a civil war brought on by major powers’ failure to compromise. Kiev’s new government has apparently been given a credit card to invoke a genocide of collateral damage
Google now has to remove search results related to your name, but only if you are European, and if those results are “inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant, or excessive in relation to the purposes for which they were processed.” Google lost a battle with the European court, and has to comply with its “right to […]
Violence against women is an unpleasant, uncomfortable truth, all over the world. The European Parliament decided to use the International Women’s Day celebration today as an occasion to raise awareness on issues related to gender-based violence. The following infographic shows that gender inequality is still dominant, despite constant efforts to set the balance straight. More […]