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June 12, 2021

PM’s Final National Broadcast, Saturday

first_imgAdvertisements RelatedPM’s Final National Broadcast, Saturday RelatedPrime Minister Golding Announces Cabinet Changes PM’s Final National Broadcast, Saturday Office of the Prime MinisterOctober 22, 2011center_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail KINGSTON — The Prime Minister, the Hon Bruce Golding, will deliver his final address to the nation, as Prime Minister, on Saturday, October 22 in a broadcast to be aired at 8 p.m. on all major radio and television stations. [Click here to view full script] Mr. Golding is expected to address, among other things, steps that have already been taken to ensure the smooth transition of leadership to Prime Minister Designate, the Hon Andrew Holness, on Sunday, October 23. In the course of his   full working day on Friday (October 21), Mr. Golding took the time to meet with members of the diplomatic corps, the staff of the OPM and the Cabinet, during which he expressed his appreciation for their co-operation and support throughout his four years as  Head of the Government. Mr Golding’s national broadcast will be carried on all radio and television stations and will be streamed live on the Internet at http://www.jis.gov.jm/livestream. RelatedPM’s Final National Broadcast, Saturdaylast_img read more

June 4, 2021

Facebook says users in developing world have right to mobile security

first_img Tags Asia Security should not just be accessible to an elite in the wealthy west, but available for users with feature phones in developing countries too, according to Facebook’s new security chief.Alex Stamos told the Financial Times that securing the social network’s internet.org initiative is one of his top priorities, and that the company will have to do the job itself because security firms tend to follow the money, which lies with enterprises in the western world.“We can’t say you are only safe if you are on the latest phone in a country with a great human rights record,” said Stamos, in a comment which touches on another subject – the extent to which companies collude, or choose to defy, national governments in protecting users’ data and privacy.Stamos is an outspoken critic of the National Security Agency and other agencies in the US who push for a backdoor into the smartphone operating systems of Apple and Google. He previously worked for Yahoo and joined Facebook just six weeks ago.Back on the subject of security in the developing world, Stamos said companies such as Facebook have an “obligation” to protect all their users.He gave the example of how millions of users in the developing world have phones running unofficial versions of Android which are not updated with security patches when a flaw is uncovered, leaving them vulnerable to threats. Australia funds regulator to oversee new media law AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 07 AUG 2015 Richard Handford Previous ArticleDomestic and international woes hit Telecom ItaliaNext ArticleAirtel’s strong results support stable outlook – Moody’s Relatedcenter_img Facebook trials feature to connect neighbours Facebook Richard is the editor of Mobile World Live’s money channel and a contributor to the daily news service. He is an experienced technology and business journalist who previously worked as a freelancer for many publications over the last decade including… Read more Home Facebook says users in developing world have right to mobile security WhatsApp payments resurfaces in Brazil Authorlast_img read more