Category archives for: Internet

Kaspersky Lab’s Latest Report Reveals What Your kids Are searching for Online

Lagos, Nigeria, June 16, 2018/ — Kaspersky Lab’s  latest report on the online activities of children – based on statistics received from its solutions and modules with child protection features – highlights children’s online activities and the importance of protecting them when online.

Will Facebook’s Troubles Cost Africans?

June 14, 2018//-In April, Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg endured two days of grueling scrutiny by the US Congress. He came out of it largely unruffled. There was not much that Zuckerberg revealed that was not already known. But coming from the horse’s mouth. Zuckerberg’s responses were instructive.

Chart of the Week: Japan’s Robots

June 12, 2018//-As Japan’s population ages and the birth rate is too low to sustain growth, the country is no stranger to coping with a limited number of working age people. 

FundedByMe Launches Its First Polish Crowdfunding Campaign

June 12, 2018//-FundedByMe has had an office in Poland since April this year. This summer it is launching its first Polish crowdfunding case,

4th Edition of Africa Code Week Takes Off with a Goal to Empower 600,000 Youth

Antananarivo, Madagascar, June 8, 2018//- The 2018 edition of Africa Code Week (ACW) officially kicked-off in Madagascar with its first-part series of Train-the-Trainer (TTT) workshops.

Wal-Mart Takes Majority Flipkart Stake in Major India Move

June 8, 2018//-US retail giant Wal-Mart is making a move into India with the $16bn purchase of a 77% stake in e-commerce company Flipkart. However, as N Chandra Mohan reports, the move is generating some opposition.

Tanzania Gov’t Wins Court Case to Impose Online Regulations

June 1, 2018//-Tanzania’s government won a court case on Tuesday against bloggers and activists who sought to block the enforcement of tough, new online content regulations that require them to be registered and declare their financial backers.

Why Terrestrial Fibre is the Mother of All Bottlenecks Hindering Internet Penetration in Africa

Lagos, Nigeria, May 21, 2018/ — Experts at the Africa Session of the International Telecoms Week conference in Chicago have described terrestrial fibre constraints as the mother of all bottlenecks hindering increased Internet penetration on the continent.

Kaspersky Lab Moving Core Infrastructure from Russia to Switzerland

Lagos, Nigeria, May 15, 2018//-As part of its Global Transparency Initiative, Kaspersky Lab is adapting its infrastructure to move a number of core processes from Russia to Switzerland.

Facebook Suspends 200 Apps Over Data Misuse Investigation

May 14, 2018//-Facebook has announced the suspension of 200 Apps over data misuse investigation.

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