Some challenges are fun, others are helpful, while many are extremely dangerous: We all remember the "Mannequin Challenge"; the "ALS Ice Bucket Challenge", the "Backpack Challenge", the "Kiki Challenge", the "Make Your Own Slime Challenge", the "Bottle-Flipping Challenge", and lately the horrible "Momo Challenge"
It’s the story of the guy who painted the guy who painted the girl who painted the guy who painted the girl who painted the guy who painted the mom who painted the bird.
Why is the internet filled with so much anger and hate? Why is it so easy for someone to publish something that is extremely harmful and offensive? Trolling, spamming, defaming, intimidating, humiliating, harassing and bullying are all faces of the same coin.
At a time when we, in Lebanon, are still trying to convince each other about the importance of having high-speed internet and about the positive implications it has on the economy. Canada declared that high-speed internet is a necessity for the quality of life and has set the following targets for the basic telecom services: - Speeds of 50 megabits per second (Mbps) download/10 Mbps upload for fixed broadband Internet access services - An unlimited data option for fixed broadband…