Attempting to decipher what constitutes a “good” or a “bad” business or industry is an impossible task because to call any business good is a paradox. Companies exist because they have a desirable good or service, but profit is what companies need in order to survive. Therefore the profits of a business are the only … Continue reading The Ethics of Eating
The world seems to be confronting the same news articles that surfaced around 20 years ago. “USA enters the Middle East” “Is the US military pulling out of the Middle East?” The newsstands, internet, and entire world seemed to become consumed by the political affairs between the US and the Middle East. Today, more than … Continue reading Biometrics Beware: an Advancement in Modern Warfare
Mobile attacks have become evermore common as the progress of technology marches on. The commonality of these attacks are becoming more concerning as they are evolving into silent killers. On July 18, 2021, multiple news outlets such as The Washington Post, reported that the spyware Pegasus has infiltrated the devices of human rights activists, academics, … Continue reading Pegasus: the Modern Trojan Horse
Modern politics are a mashup of game theory and political pretenses. This setup has many political interactions assimilating to chess mentality rather than a direct attack to any issue that may arise. This is best exemplified through the events of Monday, the 12 of July. Yesterday, 50 House Democrats gathered onto two private jets and … Continue reading Texas Democrats Take Off
As the world grapples with the remnants of an economy that has been devastated by a global pandemic, there are plenty of pieces that must be picked up and rearranged. While the global economy had never truly recovered from the crisis of 2008, there had been a lot of movements made to secure the global … Continue reading The Middle-Class VS Automation
Technology has always been both a blessing and a curse. As humans further develop and expand our technological horizons, it is consistently a sight to see. However, we tend to develop technologies and monetize them exponentially before we are aware of how they work. This has been seen throughout history and can be depicted through … Continue reading LFR: The Future or The Fall?
In early 2021 the Colonial Pipeline Company, the largest system of pipelines for oil products in the US, paid out over 4 million USD in ransom following a cyber attack. This means that hackers gained access to the company’s computerized controls over the pipeline and requested that the company pay the ransom in order to … Continue reading The U.S. and Ransomware: How Much Are You Willing to Pay for Your Information?
Warfare has always been a game of which opponent can be one step ahead of the other, and how to beat the competition with advancements that they are completely unaware of. Prior to 2005, most States were worried about physical manpower or the latest weaponry; however, the political tensions following the 9/11 attacks brought warfare … Continue reading Stuxnet: The Datafication Phenomenon