AUSTERITY & OPPRESSION SUPPORTERS VS THE PROGRESSION Of The REST OF US
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Anatomy of a browser dilemma - how HSTS 'supercookies' make you choose between privacy or security

Anatomy of a browser dilemma - how HSTS 'supercookies' make you choose between privacy or security | AUSTERITY & OPPRESSION SUPPORTERS  VS THE PROGRESSION Of The REST OF US | Scoop.it
HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is supposed to keep you more secure online, but it could be used to track you against your will.

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A Look at Poverty’s Evil Twin | Taking Note

A Look at Poverty’s Evil Twin | Taking Note | AUSTERITY & OPPRESSION SUPPORTERS  VS THE PROGRESSION Of The REST OF US | Scoop.it

Today the U.S. is polarized, yet this post by John Merrow states "I have found something that unites Republicans and Democrats: neither party talks about poverty, despite our current epidemic of child poverty and its consequences for the life chances of millions of children."

Merrow continues to discuss poverty, and what he describes as its "evil twin, greed" stating that "we cannot solve on in isolation."

He provides a number of statistics from the National Center for Children in Poverty, including:

* 31% of white children - 12.1 million - live in low-income families.

* 64% of black children - 6.5 million - live in low-income families.

* 31% of Asian children - 1.0 million - live in low-income families.

* 63% of Hispanic children - 10.7 million - live in low-income families.

When you add in American Indian and children of other races, 30 million children live in poverty.

For more information on this and to learn more about "deep poverty" and "normal poverty" as well as a look at salary differentials between the typical CEO and the typical worker click through to the article. Merrow suggest that "if we backed away from greed, we would be more open to recognize the scourge of poverty and the long term threat it poses to our nation."


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Onn Shi Ee's curator insight, February 3, 2014 11:18 PM

In my opinion this article shows the unbalanced percentage of poverty all around the world.From this i can infer that there are a lot of people living in poverty.There are more white children living in poverty than the American Indians, this shows the racial imbalance too ,why are there more non white children living in poverty than the white ,its called racism.It can be infered that the white people think highly of themselves , however the reason of why do they have more poverty children is because of greed!The article suggest on what they should do to solve the problem, "if we backed away from greed, we would be more open to recognize the scourge of poverty and the long term threat it poses to our nation."AND i totally agree with what is written on the article.BUT humans are born GREEDY!

Àqíł Štår's curator insight, February 25, 2014 9:11 AM

Poverty is increasing all around the world. If the world leaders do not do anything about it then it won't stop increasing. Financial assistance is sometimes not enough to get their daily needs. That is why the world leaders need to get poverty undone.

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Hold data on EU citizens? Check if you'll be compliant with the new Data Protection Regulation

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The upcoming EU Data Protection Regulation applies to all organisations that hold data on EU citizens, even if they are not based in an EU country. Does your organisation comply with the new rules?

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Gust MEES's curator insight, January 16, 2015 11:07 AM

The upcoming EU Data Protection Regulation applies to all organisations that hold data on EU citizens, even if they are not based in an EU country. Does your organisation comply with the new rules?


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https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/12/21/privacy-in-the-digital-world-shouldnt-we-talk-about-it/


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A Look at Poverty’s Evil Twin | Taking Note

A Look at Poverty’s Evil Twin | Taking Note | AUSTERITY & OPPRESSION SUPPORTERS  VS THE PROGRESSION Of The REST OF US | Scoop.it

Today the U.S. is polarized, yet this post by John Merrow states "I have found something that unites Republicans and Democrats: neither party talks about poverty, despite our current epidemic of child poverty and its consequences for the life chances of millions of children."

Merrow continues to discuss poverty, and what he describes as its "evil twin, greed" stating that "we cannot solve on in isolation."

He provides a number of statistics from the National Center for Children in Poverty, including:

* 31% of white children - 12.1 million - live in low-income families.

* 64% of black children - 6.5 million - live in low-income families.

* 31% of Asian children - 1.0 million - live in low-income families.

* 63% of Hispanic children - 10.7 million - live in low-income families.

When you add in American Indian and children of other races, 30 million children live in poverty.

For more information on this and to learn more about "deep poverty" and "normal poverty" as well as a look at salary differentials between the typical CEO and the typical worker click through to the article. Merrow suggest that "if we backed away from greed, we would be more open to recognize the scourge of poverty and the long term threat it poses to our nation."


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Onn Shi Ee's curator insight, February 3, 2014 11:18 PM

In my opinion this article shows the unbalanced percentage of poverty all around the world.From this i can infer that there are a lot of people living in poverty.There are more white children living in poverty than the American Indians, this shows the racial imbalance too ,why are there more non white children living in poverty than the white ,its called racism.It can be infered that the white people think highly of themselves , however the reason of why do they have more poverty children is because of greed!The article suggest on what they should do to solve the problem, "if we backed away from greed, we would be more open to recognize the scourge of poverty and the long term threat it poses to our nation."AND i totally agree with what is written on the article.BUT humans are born GREEDY!

Àqíł Štår's curator insight, February 25, 2014 9:11 AM

Poverty is increasing all around the world. If the world leaders do not do anything about it then it won't stop increasing. Financial assistance is sometimes not enough to get their daily needs. That is why the world leaders need to get poverty undone.