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The impact of the Global Digital Divide The digital divide causes a significant problem in many struggling parts of the world.
7 Myths of the Digital Divide 1. The digital divide is so over that it’s passé This is a common trope I hear at conferences, whether academic or otherwise.
Internet Access as a Right Digital Divide "We have entered the knowledge society and everyone must have access to participate. The internet is the most powerful potential source of enlightenment ever created.
Digital Divided Defining the "Digital Divide" Interaction between human and computers has greatly increased as we embark on the twenty-first century.

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  • Bahrain elections worthless: Cleric

    Bahrain’s prominent Shia cleric Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Ahmed Qassim has questioned the country’s upcoming parliamentary elections, saying they lack value.

  • Iran film wins at Mumbai Filmfest

    Iranian screen production With Others has picked up award at the 16th edition of Mumbai International Film Festival in India.

  • ‘ISIL committing crimes against Muslims’

    A senior official of the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah says the ISIL Takfiri group is committing the most heinous crimes against the Muslims and the holy Qur’an.

  • Iran arts to put on display in Malaysia

    Iran is slated to represent its various works of art at the second International Islamic Arts and Cultural Festival (PIIACUF) in Putrajaya, Malaysia.

  • Pentagon: US Marine killed in Iraq

    The first American military member has been killed in the US-led offensive against the ISIL terrorist group in Iraq, the Pentagon announced on Friday.
    Lance Cpl. Sean P. Neal of Riverside, California, was killed in Baghdad on Thursday during what described by the Pentagon as a noncombat-related incident.


  • Bury the Bomb Before It Buries Us
    A quarter century after the Cold War ended, the people of the world are now entering a dangerous era of improved and more accurate nuclear weapons and faster, more precise delivery systems at a time of growing antagonism between Washington and Moscow and potential antipathy between the U.S. and China. All nine nuclear countries are […]
  • Two Parades and a Drone
    Whereas there was at least some humor in the grim reality of Bosnia’s general elections – which, by the way, returned mostly expected results (Economist‘s wishful thinking aside) – the situation in neighboring Serbia this autumn of 2014 has been all grim and no funny. Even the "gay pride" parade, held in Belgrade on September […]
  • Are We Ready for the Fall of Baghdad?
    I recently was in Vietnam and spent some time in prosperous, capitalist Saigon, now called Ho Chi Minh City, and toured the American War Museum. I believe there are a number of parallels between the Vietnam and Iraq War and that history could repeat itself now in Baghdad. Who can forget the former Vietnamese supporters […]
  • U.S. Marine, 286 Others Killed Across Iraq
    At least 286 were killed in the latest attacks and 155 were wounded. A U.S. Marine also died, but he was not killed in combat.
  • Hollow Justice and Courts of Order in an Age of Government-Sanctioned Tyranny
    By John W. Whitehead “The Constitution is not neutral. It was designed to take the government off the backs of the people.” – Justice William O. Douglas Justice in America makes less sense with each passing day. A Michigan couple that has been raising chickens in their backyard as a source of healthy food for […]