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Darsha Indrajith's picture

Sharing gruesome images is not activism. It's reprehensible.

Almost 2000 people have been killed in Gaza. Some of those killed have been children in a UN school or playing on a beach. Any indiscriminate killing of civilians is horrific. Do we really need to see images of child corpses to realise this?
Samantha Luiz's picture

Greenhouse App: Spot the political sellout!

 What if I put it to you that there’s an app that can expose corrupt politicians and easily track where they get their money from?

Kerushun's picture

Sexism: a part of gaming

If you’ve been on the internet, you’ve seen the work of a keyboard warrior. Being insensitive is the main ammunition of the typical keyboard warrior - with terms like 'rape' even part of gamer parlance. But one that is frequently overseen is the harassment of women in gaming and the games industry alike. 

Samantha Luiz's picture

The “reality of war” or desensitisation of the public?

 Mainstream media have tended to tread carefully where pictures of war are concerned. There was almost a science to it- the ability to portray the terrible and horrific impact of war on families and society without showing actual dead bodies.

Kawela Mule's picture

Cyber Onion that will make you cry

There is some new malware roaming these cyber streets.  We have seen something like this before. It encrypts your digital belongings and the criminal has the audacity to make you pay to get your documents back, or else you can kiss your data goodbye. This new strain of malware is also known as ‘Onion’.

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