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Darsha Indrajith's picture

ICTs want the D

ICTs can be used as activism tools to raise awareness, show solidarity, raise funds and can themselves become the object of activism. However, ICTs can also be used to aid development.
 
ICT4D (Information and Communication Technologies for Development) is not just about developing ICTs and bridging the digital divide, but uses ICTs to further development in the education, healthcare, agriculture, environmental and economic spheres.
 
Kawela Mule's picture

Russian hackers steal 1.2 billion passwords

Hold Security has discovered the biggest security breech known to date. 1.2 billion login details and more than 500 million email addresses, gone!

Samantha Luiz's picture

Gaza vs Israel: You’re either with us or against us

 Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of Josh Broomberg, a high school student who has taken the internet by storm.

Joni Lindes's picture

Making money is a big fat jam

 A man drinks a can of soda, answers some basic questions and takes a photograph. It could be that he is just taking a short break from work; however that man just earned himself R15.

Yesterday, WeChat launched M4Jam or Money for Jam. It is a mobile crowdsourcing app breaking bigger tasks into smaller micro-jobs for anyone, anywhere to complete on their phones. Over 100 000 jobs were made available for the public to complete. The total payment for these jobs reaches up to R1.5 million.

Michelle Avenant's picture

Five things the Internet taught me about sexual orientation

In sequel to Five ways the internet has affected my gender identity, here are five things about my sexual orientation that I should’ve learnt in the classroom or from offline media, but didn’t. Thank God for the internet.

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