Month: February 2022

In aggressive move, US to cut Russian central bank from US dollar transactions

The United States is taking immediate action on Monday to ban U.S. dollar transactions with Russia’s central bank and completely block Russia’s direct investment fund, senior administration officials said, targeting… Read more »

One Image and 1000 Words: Artists are increasingly using text in innovative ways to give new form to conventional visual arts practices

While new practices involve artistic research as part of the process, some artists encourage viewers to read beyond its visual qualities. Laltlanchhuaha aka Bazik Thlana, a multidisciplinary art practitioner based… Read more »

Check release date and time

Check CA inter result on official websites – icaiexam.icai.org, caresults.icai.org Image credit: shutterstock.com Intermediate result ICAI CA 2021: The result of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) CA… Read more »

Disinformation for Profit: Scammers Profit from Conspiracy Theories | Social networks

Ohen Facebook removed dozens of groups dedicated to Canada’s ‘Freedom Convoy’ anti-government protests earlier this month, it didn’t do so because of extremism or conspiracies rampant within demonstrations. This was… Read more »

Indian Army and Other Government Websites Filled with Critical Security Flaws, Says Sunny Nehra | New Companies

In a very shocking incident, an ethical hacker, Sunny Nehra found not one but several critical vulnerabilities or security flaws in the official Indian Army websites indianarmy.nic.in and joinindianarmy.nic.in which… Read more »

Ukrainian banks hit by cyberattack and Defense Ministry site collapses amid invasion fears – Reuters

Stratcom Center’s Ukrainian cybersecurity experts confirmed ‘massive’ DDoS attacks against PrivatBank and Oschadbank, with Defense Ministry website also crashing Ukraine prepares for war ( Image: Reuters) Two of Ukraine’s banks… Read more »

Website Accessibility Considerations for Private Higher Education Institutions | Thompson Coburn LLP

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly increased the use of the Internet and digital platforms by higher education institutions. While the provision of online content has great potential to improve the… Read more »

Websites could be held liable for child sexual abuse content under a bill passed by a Senate panel

WASHINGTON—Internet platforms could be held liable for child pornography content on their sites under a bill passed unanimously by the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday. The measure, known as the Earn… Read more »

Romance fraud: Dating sites ‘riddled with scammers’ as TSB finds two-thirds of victims are women | UK News

Dating sites are “riddled with scammers”, warned a bank which found that two-thirds of dating fraud victims are women. Those targeted in the scams make payments to criminals on average… Read more »

Denniston Data Inc.’s free client portal identifies the most experienced physicians by procedure

Denniston Data Inc. Logo A Denniston data platform DDI launches a free consumer portal from its data-rich Provider Ranking System™ to help patients select the best doctor for their medical… Read more »

Art in the Libraries Receives WV Humanities Council Grant for Indigenous Appalachian Exhibit | Electronic News

WVU Libraries recently received an award notification for a major grant from the West Virginia Humanities Council for an upcoming exhibition, Native Appalachians which will be on display at the… Read more »

Secret DEA Files Are Selling For Just $5 On Facebook – Here’s How Gangs (And Cops) Use Social Media

Facebook is used by drug, gun and human trafficking gangs to organize, intimidate and boast. Some police say they are glad, from an investigative standpoint, that social media giants don’t… Read more »

MySlice update was a mistake

When I first logged into MySlice to officially accept my Syracuse University enrollment letter for 2020, I thought, “Is this the student portal?” At the time, MySlice seemed to have… Read more »