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Exorcism – how does it work and why is it on the rise?

By Helen Hall

Exorcism is again in the news, as the Vatican announces a new training course will be held to meet increased demand for deliverance ministry. So what does this actually mean, and should it be a cause for reassurance or...

Would America vote for Oprah for president?

By Chryl N. Laird

America has had a black president. Is the country ready for a black president who is also a woman? Speculation about the candidacy of Oprah Winfrey makes clear that some voters think so. Granted, Winfrey says she...

Facebook has become a vital part of our democracy

By Jakob Ohme

In the wake of the scandal over the misuse of user data by Cambridge Analytica, Facebook has been branded a threat to democracy. But would democracy actually function better without the social networks upon which weve come...

Lawyers keep secrets locked up – so they get asked to do the dirty work

By Elizabeth C. Tippett

Lawyers seem to at the center of lot of scandals lately. President Donald Trumps personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, whose office and hotel were raided by the FBI, is only the latest example. Harvey Weinsteins law firm...

Rebuilding trust in the media from the bottom up

By Michael Gordon

America is living in a Facebook moment, where privacy is not private; a Sinclair moment, where local is not local; and a presidential moment, where truth is not true. It seems clear that someone needs to rebuild trust...

Would regulation cement Facebook's market power? It's unlikely

By Catherine de Fontenay

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faced a four-hour grilling from the US Senate Commerce and Judiciary panels yesterday in response to a number of revelations that Russian operatives had targeted Facebook users to influence...

To serve a free society, social media must evolve beyond data mining

By Barbara Romzek Et Al

As Congress and the public wrestle with the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal, many people are now realizing the risks data collection poses to civic institutions, public discourse and individual privacy. The U.K.-based...

Location and voice technology are the future of retail

By Louise Grimmer Et Al

Retailers, struggling to connect with their customers, have been trialling new technologies to blend in-store and digital experiences. Interactive kiosks, mobile-friendly websites and transactional apps have become the...

Central-bank digital currencies: toward a cashless society?

By Sergio Focardi

While private digital currencies such as the bitcoin are in the news daily, countries including China and Sweden are studying the creation a new form of money a central-bank digital currency (CBDC). The objective is to...

A rubbish idea: how blockchains could tackle the world's waste problem

By Phillip Taylor Et Al

Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin may fill news headlines, but attention has been shifting to the technology that underpins them: blockchains. Blockchains are virtual ledgers on which data can be permanently stored. They are a...

Why nuclear fusion is gaining steam – again

By Scott L Montgomery

Back when I studied geology in grad school, the long-term future of energy had a single name: nuclear fusion. It was the 1970s. The physicists I studied with predicted that tapping this clean new source of electric power...

CFO survey: firms slow to adopt fintech, executive optimism at all-time high

By Philippe Dupuy Et Al

The International Association of Financial Executives Institutes (IAFEI) and a group of partners including Duke University and Grenoble EM survey CFOs across the world. For the first quarter 2018, the survey ran from...

video I lived through Saddam Hussein's fall – and the horror that came next

By Balsam Mustafa

I was a senior university student in Baghdad, Iraq. It was March 2003, and over the past few months, my classmates had whispered to each other about the possibility of a US-led invasion and the likelihood that 35 years of...

Defamation in the digital age has morphed into litigation between private individuals

By Derek Wilding

New South Wales District Court judge Judith Gibson recently identified a worrying social trend she sees in running the courts defamation list ordinary people suing over social media posts. In turn, NSW Attorney-General...

What Xi Jinping's grab for power means for Canada

By Charles Burton

Since the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank tweeted last week that Canada is now officially a full member, it hasnt exactly made headlines. Yet this is ostensibly a prelude for trade talks with China in an...

Why the business model of social media giants like Facebook is incompatible with human rights

By Sarah Joseph

Facebook has had a bad few weeks. The social media giant had to apologise for failing to protect the personal data of millions of users from being accessed by data mining company Cambridge Analytica. Outrage is brewing...

Will Amazon be your next bank and health insurance?

By Marcos Lima

One of Mr. Rockefellers most impressive characteristics is patience. This 1902 assertion by pioneering journalist Ida Tarbell described John D. Rockefeller, one of the wealthiest men in the world in the early 20th...

Is the growing Russia crisis another Cold War conflict? Nyet

By Regina Smyth

A crisis erupted this week as Russian diplomats were ejected from European countries and the U.S., and Western diplomats were ejected by Russia. The punitive measures were sparked by outrage in the West over alleged...

Why not nationalize Facebook?

By Blayne Haggart

The Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal is fast emerging as a watershed for our increasingly digitized society. For the first time, how to regulate personal data has become a mainstream public issue, so its important that...

Why are more people doing gig work? They like it

By Cheryl Carleton

Thanks to companies like Lyft, TaskRabbit and Instacart, its never been easier for Americans who can afford it to zip from place to place, get groceries delivered or let someone else walk their dog. Likewise, the number of...

'Big Tech' isn't one big monopoly – it's 5 companies all in different businesses

By Amanda Lotz

Public concern about Facebooks power in society and in politics has skyrocketed in the wake of revelations that users data was analyzed by a U.K.-based marketing firm and used to construct highly targeted political...

Low-carbon computing is needed to avoid a technological collapse

By Oscar Céspedes

Human society has come to rely on superior gadgets being produced every year. Each year, new phones or laptops are faster, sleeker and have even more capabilities. However, electronics are rarely recycled, and the carbon...

Big brands ripping off street art is not cool: why illegal graffiti should be protected by copyright

By Enrico Bonadio

When street artist Jason Revok Williams sprayed his trademark chevrons on a handball court in Brooklyn, he probably didnt imagine he would end up taking a high-street fashion giant to court for breach of copyright. But...

Russians are starved of alternative viewpoints by their media's united anti-Western front

By Natasha Rulyova

When Russia ignored a British government ultimatum to explain whether it was involved in the nerve agent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury, Theresa May quickly announced a set of...

Free divers have long defied science – and we still don't really understand how they go so deep

By Kevin Fong

Free divers swim to extreme depths underwater (the current record is 214m) without any breathing apparatus. Champions can hold their breath for extraordinary amounts of time the record for women is nine minutes, and men...

Some easy fixes for Russia's flagging economy – if only politics didn't get in the way

By Sergey V. Popov

With the outcome of the Russian election almost certainly a return to power for Vladimir Putin, its perhaps more interesting to consider how he could improve the countrys flagging economy. This is more of a...

Is it possible to live off-grid?

By Sharon George

As interest grows in self-sufficient, sustainable communities, and fears over Europes reliance on gas imports increase, more and more people are considering moving off-grid. Pioneering companies are already building...

We need to become global citizens to rebuild trust in our globalised world

By Laura D'Olimpio

This is the third article in a series in which philosophers discuss the greatest moral challenge of our time, and how we should address it. Read the first article here and the second here. The erosion of trust in a...

Why virtual reality cannot match the real thing

By Janna Thompson

Suppose you were offered the opportunity to hook yourself up to a machine that would give you all the experiences you desire. Using this technology you could have the sensations of climbing Mt Everest, enjoying great sex...

Why do gun-makers get special economic protection?

By Allen Rostron

The gun industry is one of very few industries to have congressionally backed immunity from liabilty. As a result, its been largely shielded from responsibility for the deaths and injuries its products cause, with few...

Here are five signs that universities are turning into corporations

By Sioux McKenna

Universities in many parts of the world are buckling under multiple financial, societal and political demands. This has led to increasingly loud calls for what are called enhanced efficiencies a term drawn from the...

South Africa's economy is badly skewed to the big guys: how it can be changed

By Simon Roberts

The South African economy looks uncomfortably the same to the one inherited when the country transitioned from apartheid to democracy in 1994. Which is why its time for a robust economic policy agenda to make it more open,...

#MeToo on the 1930s silver screen

By Marsha Gordon

Times 2017 Person of the Year was The Silence Breakers, a growing contingent of women who have been speaking out about sexual harassment by men in positions of power. But the sexual exploitation of women is hardly...

London congestion charge: why it's time to reconsider one of the city's great successes

By Nicole Badstuber

It has been 15 years since Londons congestion charge was introduced by the citys first mayor, Ken Livingstone. Livingstone hoped the charge would reduce congestion, radically improve bus services, make journey times more...

When the Internet goes down

By Hervé Debar

A third of the Internet is under attack. Millions of network addresses were subjected to distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks over two-year period, reports Warren Froelich on the UC San Diego News Center website. A...

Before hitting the road, self-driving cars should have to pass a driving test

By Srikanth Saripalli

What should a self-driving car do when a nearby vehicle is swerving unpredictably back and forth on the road, as if its driver were drunk? What about encountering a vehicle driving the wrong way? Before autonomous cars are...

Why energy-sapping bitcoin mining is here to stay

By Michel Rauchs

The enormous use of energy needed to mine bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is proving to be very contentious, but alternative methods pose far too much of a security risk. The recent warning that electricity use at...

Debate: On secularism in the 21st century

By Jeremy Ghez

In January 2018 the French commemorated the Charlie Hebdo attacks that occurred three years earlier. The expression of American solidarity then toward the victims in France was quick and unwavering just as it was in the...

Why economists are calling for the RPI inflation measure to be scrapped

By Robert O'Neill

The RPI measure of inflation is without merit. The retail price index has been an official measure of inflation for close to 50 years in the UK, but it requires a deliberate and carefully timed withdrawal. Thats according...

Why we developed a microscope for your phone – and published the design

By Antony Orth

My colleagues and I have developed a 3D printable clip-on that can turn your smartphone into a fully functional microscope. Weve released the design online so that anyone can print it and modify it to suit their...

Parents need to start talking to their tweens about the risks of porn

By Gail Dines

Editors note: This article includes references to graphic sexual content that may be inappropriate for some readers. Today teenagers are viewing far more pornography than their parents realize. And the porn theyre...

Alcohol probably makes it harder to stop sexual violence – so why aren't colleges talking about it?

By Ruschelle Leone Et Al

Several years ago, one of us (Dominic) was consulting with university administration on their sexual violence prevention program. All colleges and universities that receive Title IX funding are federally mandated to...

North Korea's growing criminal cyberthreat

By Dorothy Denning

The countries posing the greatest cyberthreats to the United States are Russia, China, Iran and North Korea. Like its counterparts, Kim Jong Uns regime engages in substantial cyber espionage. And like Russia and Iran, it...

GDPR: ten easy steps all organisations should follow

By Maureen Meadows Et Al

Data protection law hasnt undergone a significant update since the EU brought in legislation in 1995 just six years after the birth of the World Wide Web. But GDPR is about to shake things up. Now, 23 years later, the...

Thirty years since the Seoul Olympics, South Korea is still tackling the legacy of overseas adoption

By Jessica Walton

South Korea holding this years Winter Olympics comes 30 years after the country first hosted the Summer Olympics, in the capital Seoul. It has undergone huge social changes since that time, but there is still a long road...

How we can put a stop to the revolving door between homelessness and imprisonment

By Sophie Russell

Homeless people are over-represented in Australias prisons, and previously incarcerated people are over-represented among the homeless. Experiencing homelessness increases the risk of criminal justice system involvement,...

Ramaphosa must fuse fixing broken institutions and economic policy

By Mark Swilling

The state of the nation speech delivered by South Africas new president Cyril Ramaphosa was designed to project an image of hope and change. The new head of state emphasised the fight against corruption, improved...

Life on humanitarian compounds is removed from reality – this can fuel the misconduct of aid workers

By Gemma Houldey

Sexual harassment, exploitation or abuse some of which reportedly occurred at Oxfam in Haiti and has involved staff at other aid agencies elsewhere is never excusable. But the backdrop in which these sorts of acts occur...

Comfortably numb – why some older people turn to cannabis for pain relief

By Tony Rao Et Al

When most people think of cannabis users, they probably think mainly of the younger generations. But its actually the 45 to 64 age group who show the highest proportion of household spending on cannabis. Recent figures...

Millennials' home ownership hopes dashed by a broken housing market

By Chris O'Leary

Speaking to the Conservative Party conference in September 2017, the UK prime minister, Theresa May, gave a stark assessment of the UK housing market which made for depressing listening for many young people: For many the...

To value companies like Amazon and Facebook, we need to look beyond dollars and assets

Investors and business people usually value companies based on the balance of assets and debts at the end of a financial year. But our research found they should be valuing their employees ability to innovate while using...

U.S. Treasuries remain tad lower ahead of March industrial production, host of FOMC members’ speeches

11:24 AM| Commentary Economy

The U.S. Treasuries traded tad lower Tuesday as investors wait to watch the countrys industrial production for the month of March, scheduled to be released today 13:15GMT. To add to that, the Federal Open Market Committees...

FxWirePro: President Trump’s interference into Fed keeps FX universe edgy but rate spreads to cushion dollar

11:23 AM| Research & Analysis Central Banks

FX markets have been seeming indifferent to a lot recently, with most major pairs confined to sideways ranges despite the exceptionally large deluge of geopolitical and trade war risk headlines in the past two...

Global geopolitical Series: U.S. Commerce Department activates denial order against China’s telecom giant ZTE

11:03 AM| Commentary

Last night, U.S. Commerce Departments Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has imposed a denial of export privileges against Zhongxing Telecommunications Equipment Corporation, which is popularly known as Chinas ZTE and...

Oil in Global Economy Series: OPEC March deal compliance review

09:51 AM| Commentary

In November 2016, when OPEC members agreed to cut production for the first time since the Great Recession, it was welcomed with great optimism and oil price jumped more than 20 percent, from $45 per barrel to as high as...

RBA seen distant from acting on its tightening bias; uncertainty over household spending likely to weigh: ANZ Research

09:11 AM| Commentary Central Banks Economy

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is seen to be a long way from acting on its tightening bias. The uncertainty about the outlook for household spending will constrain action on the part of the Bank until wages accelerate...

Global Geopolitical Series: Russia raises stake in Syrian conflict with threat of chaos

08:48 AM| Commentary

After the western alliance of the United Kingdom, the United States and France increased the stake in 7-year long Syrian civil war by conducting missile strikes in response to the alleged chemical attack by Bashar al...

China’s Q1 GDP momentum remains solid even with slower sequential growth

06:58 AM| Commentary Economy

Chinas gross domestic product (GDP) momentum for the first quarter of this year remained solid even with a slower sequential growth. Q1 GDP slowed to 1.4 percent q/q (seasonally adjusted) from 1.6 percent in Q4 2017. In...

New Zealand bonds end tad higher ahead of GlobalDairyTrade price auction, Q1 consumer price inflation

06:03 AM| Commentary Economy

New Zealand government bonds ended Tuesdays session on a tad higher note even as investors expect to see a rise in the countrys consumer price inflation (CPI) for the first quarter of this year, scheduled to be released on...

U.S. housing starts likely to have increased in March

17:48 PM| Commentary

U.S. housing starts had dropped 7 percent in February, driven down by a sharp fall in multifamily starts of 26.1 percent. This countered a 2.9 percent rise in single-family housing starts, as new home construction gains...

Australian bonds edge lower after RBA's April meeting minutes hint next move likely to be hike

03:33 AM| Commentary Economy

Australian government bonds slumpedon Tuesdayafter the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) April meeting minutes confirmed the board members believe next policy move likely to be an interest rate hike. The yield on...

Japanese consumer price inflation likely to have slowed in March

14:27 PM| Commentary

Japanese headline inflation is expected to have slowed in March. According to a DBS Bank, the consumer price inflation is likely to have eased to 1.1 percent year-on-year from 1.5 percent recorded in February and 1.3...

Top Stories

Blockchain Revolution Series

India-based ICICI Bank on-boards over 250 corporates on blockchain trade finance platform

10:33 AM| Digital Currency

Leading Indian private sector bank ICICI Bank has announced the on-boarding of more than 250 corporates on its blockchain platform for domestic and international trade finance, marking the most by any Indian bank, The...

Blockchain Revolution Series

Marsh, IBM collaborate on commercial blockchain solution for proof of insurance

05:51 AM| Digital Currency

Insurance broking firm Marsh, together with in collaboration with IBM, ACORD, and ISN, has announced the first commercial blockchain solution for proof of insurance. Currently in the pilot phase, the blockchain solution...

Digital Currency Revolution

Yahoo Japan subsidiary acquires minority stake in cryptocurrency exchange

04:22 AM| Digital Currency

Z Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Yahoo Japan Corporation, has announced the purchase of a minority stake in Japanese cryptocurrency exchange, Reuters reported. According to the official release, Z Corporation...

Elon Musk Proves How Crazy He Is With Party Balloon And Bouncy House Idea

12:21 PM| Technology Science

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is considered something of a mad scientist by a lot of people, but not all for the wrong reasons. He has taken huge risks and leaps of faith that would have caused many to age prematurely with dread but...

WhatsApp Involved In Drug Bust, Dealer Arrested

12:21 PM| Technology

As one of the most secure messaging services in the world, WhatsApp is generally well-regarded for its encryption protocols. However, it would seem that even this couldnt protect a drug dealer from being arrested in the UK...

Majority Of Android Kids Apps Are Illegally Collecting Children’s Information

12:24 PM| Technology

The US Childrens Online Privacy Protection Act (Coppa) was put in place in order to make sure that children browsing online are not treated with the same careless datamining outlook as those applied to adults....

Dating App Bumble Offers Account Creation Without Facebook

12:27 PM| Technology

Being associated with Facebook isnt the best thing for a company right now, but the social network has become so ubiquitous that its nearly impossible to actually get rid of it. The dating app Bumble found a way to at...

Digital Currency Revolution

Bitcoin's wild ride and what's ahead for the cryptocurrency

By Thanasis Stengos - 15:30 PM| Insights & Views Digital Currency

Bitcoin has been on a volatile ride in recent times, its value rising and falling like a kite caught in variable winds. Its future will likely be as unpredictable as its past given that its a currency propped up by...

Blockchain Revolution Series

14 Indian life insurers develop blockchain solution for cross-company data sharing

08:58 AM| Digital Currency

A consortium of Indian life insurers, in collaboration with Cognizant, has announced that they have developed a blockchain solution to facilitate cross-company data sharing. The 14 participating life insurers include...

Digital Currency Revolution

Crypto exchange Coinbase acquires Cipher Browser

04:00 AM| Digital Currency

Crypto startup Coinbase last week announced the acquisition of mobile ethereum wallet Cipher Browser, CoinDesk reported. Cipher Browser is a mobile dapp browser and wallet for the Ethereum blockchain. It allows user to...

Eyebrows Were Crucial For Human Survival, Study Says

12:35 PM| Science

The human eyebrows are often two of the most underrated and yet essential physical aspects of a persons appearance that influences interactions. For example, a unibrow can often result in mockery and the same goes for...

Econotimes Series

Economy

UK gilts plunge despite worse-than-expected March retail sales data; BoE’s MPC members’ speech in focus

The UK gilts plunged during European session Thursday despite a worse-than-expected reading of the countrys retail sales data for the month of March released today. Market participants shall now be focussing on a host Bank...

Australian March employment rises in March, signals optimistic outlook for full year

Australias employment index for the month of March rose, although downward revisions to February show that the record run of jobs gains is over. The slowdown in employment growth comes on the back of a very strong run...

New Zealand bonds slump at close after Q1 consumer price inflation tops market expectations

New Zealand government bonds slumped at the time of closing Thursday after the countrys consumer price inflation (CPI) for the first quarter of this year, topped market expectations, which added bearishness to the...

JGBs edge lower as investors shift to riskier assets; March National CPI in focus

The Japanese government bonds edged lower Thursday as investors shifted to riskier assets including oil and equities. Investors are now awaiting Japans national consumer price inflation (CPI) data for the same period, due...

Australian bonds slump despite disappointing March employment report; tracks weakness in U.S. Treasuries

Australian government bonds slumpedon Thursdaydespite March employment report disappointed investors, but it follows the weakness in the U.S. Treasuries. The yield on Australias benchmark 10-year Note, which moves...

Politics

Rise of cryptocurrencies could curb American power

There has been a lot of talk in foreign policy circles of the coming post-American world in which the international system will transition from a unipolar to a multipolar system. But, as we currently stand, the US remains...

South Africa's future hinges on Ramaphosa's strategic skills

South Africas 2018 State of the Nation address by the president of South Africa has been postponed. This unprecedented step makes it clear that the country is seeing the final days of Jacob Zuma as president although it...

Is full transparency good for democracy?

With the approval of President Donald Trump, the House of Representatives released the so-called Nunes memo on Feb. 2. In it, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes describes alleged abuses of surveillance...

Empowering the powerless: Let's end energy poverty

Power to the people, the activists chanted in the 1960s. The revolutionaries of yesteryear never dreamed of the scientific and technological innovations that could light up distant shelters and communities in the...

How neoliberalism is damaging your mental health

There is a widespread perception that mental ill health is on the rise in the West, in tandem with a prolonged decline in collective well-being. The idea that there are social and economic causes behind this perceived...

Science

Undetected Asteroid Nearly Missed The Earth, Shows Glaring Holes In Detection Capabilities

Its a general rule to trust governments and space agencies to be able to do things like detect oncoming asteroids that might impact the earth at some point. However, a recent incident proves that there are still holes in...

USDA Is Cool With Scientists Genetically Editing Food

In case anyone was wondering what the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) was doing with all of the genetic engineering thats going on in the world of food, the answer is absolutely nothing. The agency recently...

Reputed Journal Retracts Flawed CRISPR Paper A Little Too Late

Science is a process that is often riddled with issues that affect the results of the work being done. This is why multiple experiments need to be conducted first before making conclusions and why papers need to be...

Study Of Chilean ‘Alien’ Mummy Causing Minor International Incident

Weird things happen in the scientific community all the time but a recent study that involves the so-called alien mummy called Ata is threatening to cause a bit of an international incident. Basically, the scientists...

Even Chocolate Is Bad For The Environment, Valentine’s Day & Easter Are Natural Disasters

Chocolate is undoubtedly one of the most popular treats all around the world. Its practically synonymous with at least two international holidays; Valentines Day and Easter. However, it turns out that this delicious...

Technology

Elon Musk Admits Over-Automation Is A Problem For Tesla, Needs More Humans

It seems car factory workers have reason to rejoice since Tesla CEO Elon Musk has revealed that more human involvement is needed in order to produce cars. The embattled tech billionaire had to admit recently that...

Halo: The Master Chief Collection Coming To Xbox Game Pass

Halo is arguably the biggest franchise in the Xbox console exclusive lineup and even though some of the latest titles have disappointed some fans, there is still some weight to the legacy of the Master Chief. Thats why its...

Terraria: Otherworld Cancelled Following Three-Year Development

Game cancellations are nothing new, but they are almost always a disappointment to players who will never get to try them. Recently, this happened to the previously-upcoming title Terraria: Otherworld, which was a spinoff...

Everybody Calm Down, Fortnite Battle Royale Is Not Shutting Down

Reports recently began swirling that Fortnite Battle Royale was going to be canceled because of a lawsuit with PUBG Corp over copyright infringement. A Tweet from the official Epic Games Twitter account supposedly said so....

Google Play Hosts Dangerous Malware Intended For State-Style Surveillance

From the looks of it, it seems the tech world is becoming a more dangerous place than most people realize. The Google Play online store was apparently fooled to host apps that contain malicious software intended for...
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