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The dark side of Israel’s vaccine success story

Israel is refusing to provide the vaccine to the millions of Palestinians it is forcefully ruling over. The post The dark side of Israel’s vaccine success story appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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If You Kill A Nurse, You Get A Hearse

Opinion Kenneth Freeman, Carlie Beaudin USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Did you know the State of Wisconsin was the first state in the Union to outlaw capital punishment? In fact, before outlawing the death penalty prior to the Civil War only one person was ever executed in Wisconsin. Even after Jeffrey Dahmer the so called “Milwaukee Monster” tortured, killed and ate his prey of young boys, Wisconsin still did not change their statute. When you watch those police dramas on TV and in movies, and the...
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Facebook among tech firms to sign 'digital Geneva convention'

Signatories including Microsoft, Arm and Trend Micro agree not to take part in cyber-attacksMore than 30 global technology firms have signed up to a “digital Geneva convention”, committing never to partake in cyber-attacks against individuals or businesses.The signatories to the “cybersecurity tech accord”, which include Facebook, Microsoft, Arm and Trend Micro, are largely from the US and western Europe, and do not include companies from the countries seen as most responsible for the recent esc...
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REVIEW: Little Debbie S’mores Cake Rolls

Every summer, s’mores fever grips the snack food aisle like a charred marshmallow to a hot skewer. But there’s a good reason only an elite corps of s’mores junk food, with S’mores Pop-Tarts as their patron saint, stick around after the last autumn bonfire is snowed out—and it has nothing to do with seasonality. See, while any M.B.A. can throw graham, chocolate, and marshmallow flavor into a snack, it takes a wise marketer to understand that smoky, oaky, and toasted marshmallowiness is the liter...
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The Future of Cybersecurity – Microsoft Calls for Cyber Geneva Convention – Gen. Stanley McCrystal on Cybersecurity

  Microsoft’s president Brad Smith, calls for a Digital Geneva Convention for cyberwar, this is going to be interesting as we find out what our future will be with cybersecurity. — Related articles: Microsoft’s president wants a Geneva Convention for cyberwar http://CraigPeterson.com/news/microsofts-president-wants-a-geneva-convention-for-cyberwar/11745 — More stories and tech updates at: www.craigpeterson.com Don’t miss an episode from Craig. Subscribe and give us a rating: www.craigpeterson.co...
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Microsoft Calls For 'Digital Geneva Convention'

Microsoft is calling for a digital Geneva Convention to outline protections for civilians and companies from government-sponsored cyberattacks. In comments Tuesday at the RSA security industry conference in San Francisco, Microsoft President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith said the rising trend of government entities wielding the internet as a weapon was worrying. From a report on USA Today: In the cyber realm, tech must be committed to "100% defense and zero percent offense," Smith said at t...
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How the Iraq Inquiry failed to follow the money

In 2007, I published an article that sought to show in detail how the Iraqi economy had been opened up to allow the transformation of the economy and the routine corruption that enabled a range of private profit-making companies to exploit the post-invasion economy. The article argued that the illegal war of aggression waged by a ‘coalition’ headed by George Bush and Tony Blair was tied to a series of subsequent crimes of pillage and occupation. These included the transformation of the economy a...
Tags: Books, Corruption, Politics, UK, Featured, Law, Iraq, US, George Bush, Tony Blair, Un, Journals, UN Security Council, Geneva, Iraq War, David Whyte


International criminal law and Daesh

On 20 April 2016, after hearing harrowing testimony coming from victims, the UK House of Commons unanimously adopted a resolution declaring “That this House believes that Christians, Yazidis, and other ethnic and religious minorities in Iraq and Syria are suffering genocide at the hands of Daesh; and calls on the Government to make an immediate referral to the UN Security Council [SC] with a view to conferring jurisdiction upon the International Criminal Court [ICC] so that perpetrators can be b...
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