Thousands of users report an outage on Google

Tens of thousands of users of Google services reported outages to the benchmark site DownDetector.com on Monday evening, notably concerning the search engine but also Maps, its mapping application. “User reports indicate that there are problems on Google Maps since 9:36 p.m. (according to the US east coast time zone, which is 3:36 a.m. in … Read more

technology as a tool that can both facilitate and prevent human trafficking

In this context, UNODC and IOM intend to renew their commitment to support and support the Chadian government’s efforts to fight, effectively and efficiently, against this criminal practice in all its forms. The commemoration of this day has made it possible to raise awareness among political decision-makers and populations, in particular young people, women and … Read more

Wall Street ends sharply higher, driven by technology

The New York Stock Exchange concluded sharply higher on Wednesday August 3, driven by the Nasdaq and encouraging company results, after the decline the day before when tensions with China had weighed. According to preliminary results at the close, the Dow Jones index gained 1.28%, the tech-heavy Nasdaq jumped 2.59% and the S&P 500 1.56%. … Read more

Google will remove data on family planning visits

Published on : 02/07/2022 – 13:10 Do women who have abortions risk prosecution in conservative American states that claim to want to abolish the right to abortion? It is a fear of supporters of this right, feminist activists and progressive groups. Faced with this risk, Google has just announced that it would protect users of … Read more

Regulator Seeks $1.7 Billion From Cryptocurrency Platform Accused of Fraud

Mirror Trading International (MTI) guaranteed investors potential returns of over 100% per year. The American financial regulatory agency CFTC has sued a South African speculative platform, as well as its manager, and is demanding the return of 1.7 billion dollars deposited in cryptocurrencies by customers. Placed in compulsory liquidation in July 2021, Mirror Trading International … Read more

Google ordered to pay 245 million dollars to an individual for “moral damage”

Google was ordered in Mexico to pay nearly $245 million for “moral prejudice” to an individual, the American search engine giant said on Friday, June 17, announcing its intention to appeal. Read also125 American newspapers attack Google and Facebook Google was ordered on June 13 to pay five billion pesos in favor of lawyer Ulrich … Read more

OIC calls on Islamic universities to equip their students with advanced technology

The Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, HE Mr. Hissein Brahim Taha called on the universities of the OIC Member States to adapt their curricula and equip their students with advanced technologies in line with the technological advancements made in the world. The Secretary General made this call in a speech delivered on … Read more