WhatsApp In Trouble Over Facebook Data Sharing In Italy

U.S.-based mobile messaging service, WhatsApp, was fined 3 million Euros (3.3 million dollars) on Friday in Italy for insufficient transparency on data sharing with its parent company, Facebook. WhatsApp was taken over by Facebook in 2014 and two years later, it introduced new terms of service and privacy policies that gave Facebook access to WhatsApp…

Why We Need “Lend a Hand” To Feed Families In Zeze Village

Tanzania is a country sited in eastern part of Africa with a population of over 51 million. It is composed of diverse and several ethnic, linguistic, and religious groups. Climate change has affected several parts of the country and Zeze village is no exception. Agriculture, which is one of the major economic backbone of several…

Safety Traffic Light Installed For Phone Addicts In Dutch Town

A Dutch town has installing traffic lights in the pavements, an unusual way of trying to keep smartphone-addicted residents safe. Bodegraven, in the Netherlands, has put strip lights in the floor at a pedestrian crossing. It mean that people who stare at their phones all day will see them, preventing them from wandering dangerously into…

Nigerians In South Africa Suffer Fresh Xenophobic Attacks

There reports of fresh xenophobic attacks on Nigerians living in South Africa. The Nigerian Community in South Africa confirmed these attacks and looting of Nigerian-owned businesses in Pretoria West on Saturday. Mr Ikechukwu Anyene, President, Nigeria Union, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on telephone from Pretoria, South Africa, that the attacks began at…