SAEVA reporting: Logging an outbreak

https://vimeo.com/154552598!.?.!The South African Equine Veterinary Association disease coverage system is an easy disease coverage monitoring effort encouraging the reporting of condition and also disease prevention initiatives by SAEVA participants. In this video clip we information how to log(a fictitious) outbreak of a disease on the interface.

A Civilian Camp in Syria Was Bombed. Here’s How We Traced the Culprit.

A Civilian Camp in Syria Was Bombed. Here’s How We Traced the Culprit.

Eyewitness photos and videos, flight logs and cockpit tapes obtained by The Times enabled reporters to trace an airstrike on a Syrian camp for displaced families to a Russian pilot.

Ex-C.I.A. Officer Sentenced to 19 Years in Chinese Espionage Conspiracy

Jerry Chun Shing Lee, who pleaded guilty to conspiring with Chinese intelligence agents, received a lengthy sentence in a case built on circumstantial evidence and many unknowns.

The Double-Barreled Dream World of Trump and His Enablers

They wanted to take down Biden. But they also wanted to absolve Moscow of election meddling.

U.S. judge delays sentencing of former Trump adviser Flynn

U.S. judge delays sentencing of former Trump adviser Flynn

A U.S. judge on Wednesday delayed the planned Dec. 18 sentencing hearing of former President Donald Trump’s National Security Adviser Michael Flynn but did not set a new date.

Your WiFi signals are revealing your location

The home may be the hearth, but it’s not going to be a place of safety for too long. With the abundance of connected devices making their ways into our homes, increasing levels of data may allow for more accurate methods for remote surveillance. By measuring …

China tech firms shape new facial recognition and surveillance standards at UN: Report

“Chinese technology companies are shaping new facial recognition and surveillance standards at the UN, according to leaked documents, as they try to open up new markets in the developing world for their cutting-edge technologies,” reports the Financial Times …

Think Twice Before Giving Gifts With a Microphone or Camera

Black Friday is going to be overrun with cheap, internet-connected gifts. Just make sure you know exactly what you’re buying.

Civil Rights Groups Demand Congress Investigate Amazon’s ‘Surveillance Empire’

The campaign to pressure consumers and lawmakers to take action arrives after five U.S. senators sent a letter to Jeff Bezos demanding answers about how the tech giant uses its surveillance data.

Zimbabwe Is Trying to Build a China Style Surveillance State

“It has everything it needs to give the ruling Zanu-PF party and its agents in government the legal basis to imprison opponents using the internet.”

Enjoy Galt’s Gulch, Assholes

It’s finally happening: Our self-proclaimed betters are leaving for that big Libertopia in the sky, or under the sea, or in space, or whatever. Read more…

‘FUCK CRIME:’ Inside Ring’s Quest to Become Law Enforcement’s Best Friend

Amazon’s surveillance company has seeped into hundreds of American communities by throwing parties for police and giving them free devices.