Government Internet shutdowns are on the increase

28th April 2019

Government Internet shutdowns are on the increase Internet disruptions and shutdowns by the governments are on the increase across the world. This has happened in India, Pakistan, Iraq, Ethiopia and Turkey in the past. According to AccessNow (digital rights advocacy organization), in 2018 alone, there were 188 government internet shutdowns. Compare that to a mere […]

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War on Drugs in Portugal is making progress despite their non-conventional approach

19th January 2018

War on Drugs in Portugal is making progress despite their non-conventional approach War on drugs in Portugal is progressive, unlike in Kenya and many other countries as revealed in latest research report. Portugal treats drug abuse like any other disease. It’s not a criminal offence to do drugs in Portugal. How will that work here […]

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drone technology

New Rules bring Hope for Drone Technology Users in the United States

7th August 2016

In this article I’m going to explore the possibility of drone technology getting a new life in its commercial applications.  The growth of this industry has been held down by prohibitive regulations in most countries around the world. Read: The Inspiring Story of Drone Billionaire – Frank Wang Recently, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released new […]

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Engineering Technology Act

Engineering Technology Act 2016 to bring sanity to the sector

3rd August 2016

On 2nd August, 2016, the President of Kenya Honorable Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday assented on the Engineering Technology Bill 2016 into law. The Engineering Technology Act 2016 will regulate, standardize the practices of all engineering technicians and technologists. The new Act must be adhered to by applicants seeking a practicing licence before practicing in Kenya. The […]

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The Cayman Islands Finally Agree to Help US Hunt Down Tax Cheats!

25th August 2013

CAYMAN ISLAND FOR TAX EVADERS American tax evasion takes place thanks to the help of Swiss banks. The crackdown has gone to the Cayman Islands. This is on the Caribbean Archipelago. The new Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) will go come into effect starting mid-2014. This was reached after an agreement between the US […]

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