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To Do: Get Hands Dirty, Make Something Useful, Solve World’s Problems

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How Technology Can Address Structural Discrimination in the USA

Our January 21st, 2015, Technology Salon examined the role of technology in addressing structural discrimination in the US. We were hosted by the Brooklyn Community Foundation (BCF), whose Director of Community Leadership, Tynesha McHarris, served as a lead discussant. Courtney D. Cogburn Assistant Professor of Social Work at Columbia University and Senior Advisor to the...

Online privacy, surveillance and warfare discussed at Pakistan Cyberspace Conference

4 March 2015
(APC for APCNews)

“Cyber warfare and cyber security are of immense importance, the government should devise

IAPP's "Global Privacy Summit 2015

(Washington, DC - USA) The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)'s annual Global Privacy Summit brings together privacy commissioners, chief privacy officers from major corporations, experts, and academics as a forum for discussion and deba

5 Women Who Make It Happen for Global Health

As International Women’s Day 2015 approaches, let’s take a few moments to honor some of the many women who are making it happen for global health.Whether it’s online or on the ground, out of sight or in the international spotlight, they’re b

Online outsourcing is creating opportunities for job seekers and job creators

Meet  Joan, a 24-year-old online outsourcing entrepreneur in Kenya. Joan started working online when she was 21 and still in university.
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