22 March is World Water Day, a day when the United Nations pledges to take action to tackle a global drinking water crisis.
A very worthy cause, but sadly the U.N sheds no tears for the other water crisis escalating out of control in the Mediterranean with more than 9,000 migrants drowning between September 2015 and February 2018.
Cambridge Analytica is suspected to have worked in a wide range of country to influence political elections... link: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2018/03/20/cambridge-analyticas-reach-went-far-beyond-the-u-s-elections/
The world's last surviving male northern white rhino has died after months of poor health, his carers say. Sudan, who was 45, lived at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. He was put to sleep on Monday after age-related complications worsened significantly. His death leaves only two females - his daughter and granddaughter - of the subspecies alive in the world.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal highlights a reality which, moreover, should now be known to all users of social platforms.
That our "likes" or the paths of our navigation or our research are still used by those who offer us a seemingly free service is, I think, known for a long time and accepted.
It seems that with just 75 "likes" the Cambridge Analytica software paints our psychological portrait better than Freud.
There is nothing to do and I do not think that the problem are just the social platforms . It is the "global network" my darling.