Daily Archive: Wednesday, February 22, 2017

School for Blind Children: Equal Opportunities and Better Chances

[ad_1] Blind children are no different from other children. The physical inability shall not be taken as an excuse to judge their ability. We cannot afford to make such an ill-decision after all the development and progress made as a human race. We should not complicate things further, if we can’t resolve the situation. “Being

Talks on State of Security, Role of the Cloud Highlight RSA Conference

[ad_1] This year’s RSA Conference, which was held Feb. 13-17 in San Francisco, saw more than 43,000 attendees show up to listen to speakers and to learn from vendors about the latest security trends, products and services. Among the annual traditions at the RSA Conference is the Cryptographers Panel, which includes Ron Rivest (the “R”

Arrests made in North Dakota, as group of pipeline protesters remain at camp

[ad_1] CANNON BALL, N.D –  After seven months of protests, beating drums, freezing nights and canned chili, police began to shut down campsites once occupied by tens of thousands of environmentalists and Native Americans fighting the North Dakota Access Pipeline project. Most of the 200 to 300 protesters who remained at the encampment walked out