Daily Archives: November 19, 2020

No Going Back On Social Media Regulation, FG Declares

The federal government yesterday said it had no plan to shut down the internet or social media but would work with stakeholders to regulate it. Minister of Information and Culture Alhaji Lai-Mohammed who reiterated the federal government position on regulating social media during a press briefing in Abuja decried that …

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Telos Goes Public

Nearly a month after McAfee made its second appearance on the public market, the Virginia-based provider of security services to government and commercial organizations makes its own debut.Read More

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Need to stop child labour in Oyo state

Tribune OnlineNeed to stop child labour in Oyo state The first lady of Oyo state, Mrs Tamunomini Makinde should start a campaign against parents who are using their children for labour and depriving them of the right to education.  It is a common feature to see children of different ages …

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Our abundantly expensive fuel

Tribune OnlineOur abundantly expensive fuel It is paradoxical that a child of a popular tailor is made to walk naked in the market square. Obviously, one whose parents hunt is dining without meat, just because those meats are to be sold out. Also, it is heartbreaking to hear that an …

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ISP Security: Do We Expect Too Much?

With so many people now connecting to business networks from home routers, ISP security takes on heightened importance. But is the security provided by ISPs good enough to be the only security SMBs and remote employees need?Read More

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Specialized Scanning Reveals Brain Damage in COVID-19 Patients

Specialized scanning furthers understanding of the virus’s potential effects on the brain. One of the first spectroscopic imaging-based studies of neurological injury in COVID-19 patients… The post Specialized Scanning Reveals Brain Damage in COVID-19 Patients appeared first on SciTechDaily. Read More

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Statesmanship, the Bala Mohammed style

Tribune OnlineStatesmanship, the Bala Mohammed style These are difficult times: for Nigeria and Nigerians; for the Government and the people of a potentially great country but whose extraordinary endowment has been squandered; to the point that it is now begging other countries for peanuts, compared to the colossal wealth that …

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Africa: The Biden Administration’s Approach to Africa

[Council on Foreign Relations] Though still not certain, Joseph Biden and Kamala Harris will likely be elected president and vice president of the United States. A Biden administration’s approach to Africa will depend on policy but also on who the president appoints to his cabinet and senior positions. Important will …

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